It’s official: Offers from six for Countryside OT Tyler Moore



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Tue. September 1, 2009 | Keith Niebuhr

Sept. 1 is the first day junior football players can receive official scholarship offers.

And for Tyler Moore, it was an eventful occasion.

Nebraska The 6-foot-6, 290-pound Countryside offensive tackle received written offers Tuesday from Florida, Florida International, Michigan, Nebraska, Tennessee and West Virginia, Cougars coach John Davis said.

Moore’s father, Brian, told the Times over the weekend Tyler’s four leaders are Nebraska, Florida, Ohio State and Penn State.

Moore is expected to pick his college sometime this fall.

His father and several other relatives played at Nebraska, and the Cornhuskers are the team to beat.


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