Former Yoakum Star Gets Great NCAA News
Moore Can Play For Houston Cougars In 2019
Yoakum, Texas — A former Yoakum football star, and the Houston Cougars, get great news from the NCAA Wednesday.
University of Houston safety Jordan Moore, announcing Wednesday that the NCAA has approved his waiver to play this season.
Moore, a transfer from A&M, will have four years eligibility.
“After a long five months of stressing I can finally say that I am truly blessed,” Moore wrote on Twitter. “My waiver has been approved and I am eligible to play this upcoming season.”
Moore, a top national recruit in the 2018 class from Yoakum, appeared in four games, mostly on special teams, for the Aggies as a true freshman. Moore suffered a concussion and did not play in the remainder of A&M’s games. A new NCAA rule allows players who play in four or fewer games to preserve a year of eligibility.
Jordan’s twin brother, Josh, is a starting wide receiver for the Texas Longhorns. Their grandfather, Charlie Hall, was an All-America linebacker for the Cougars from 1968-70.
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