Joshua Moore's status as a "hard commit" for Nebraska may be in question.
The consensus four-star wide receiver recently told SEC Country he remains open to other schools despite having given his verbal pledge to the Cornhuskers on June 18.
Moore — ranked as a top-27 wideout nationally by all four recruiting services — is in high demand, with 50-plus scholarship offers including the likes of Alabama, Ohio State and USC. Among his official visits this fall, he says, will be LSU, Florida State, Texas A&M and Nebraska.
Moore will graduate early, which likely leaves the Yoakum (Texas) High School standout until the new early signing day in December to finalize his choice.
“A few schools are still recruiting me and I’m still open with my options, so I won’t close anything off until I sign my papers,” Moore told the website. “Whoever wants to recruit me, I’m still listening. I want to make sure I make the right decision.”
Nebraska currently has two receivers among its 10 commits for the 2018 recruiting cycle. The other is fellow four-star Manuel Allen of Corona (California) Centennial.
The Huskers have one senior wideout on scholarship this fall in De'Mornay Pierson-El.