J'Mon Moore becomes commitment No. 9 for Missouri
Missouri has gotten all of their 2013 recruits from in-state up until Tuesday night when the Tigers went to familiar recruiting grounds to pick up a commitment from Missouri City (Texas) wide receiver J'Mon Moore.
"I feel it's the best fit for me," Moore told PowerMizzou.com. "I feel good about it. I feel like I can do big things there and help contribute in their quest for a national title."
The 6-foot-3, 165-pounder also held offers from Arizona, Miami, Michigan State and Texas Tech among others. Moore traveled to Columbia on an unofficial visit with his mother and the two came in agreement that it was the best place for him.
"She does (approve)," he said. "She really does. She feels like it was a good decision."
Missouri now has nine commitments for the class of 2013. Moore caught 30 passes for 722 yards and seven touchdowns last season as a junior.
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