Jamar Cain is making quite the resume for himself as a recruiter for the Sun Devils. Cain added another key piece to his defensive line on Friday. Defensive end Joe Moore announced his pledge to Arizona State:
110% COMMITTED! #RIPPJ pic.twitter.com/5VbxjXKBLH— Joe Moore III (@nolimitjooe) October 18, 2019
Moore is the second Arizona State commit on Friday. Joined by California linebacker Caleb McCullough.
The recruiting services, 247Sports and Rivals have placed a four-star rating on Moore. 247Sports ranks him sixth among Missouri recruits, 16th of strong-side defensive end and 340th in the nation. From St. Louis, Moore is currently attending Cardinal Ritter College Prep. He made his official to Tempe during the team’s win over Washington State.
Moore, listed at 6-foot-2, 240 pounds, wasn’t a sought after recruit of the Pac-12. Only Arizona, Cal and Oregon handed him an offer. Other schools that had offers out and high interest in Moore included Missouri, Minnesota, Illinois and North Carolina.
Check out the rest of ASU’s 2020 recruiting class that currently ranks 32nd by 247Sports before Moore’s commitment: