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Thu. October 8, 2009 | Eduardo A. Encina

Jefferson receiver Andre Davis, one of the top juniors in the state, isn't the only Dragons 11th-grader wideout getting attention.

Junior receiver Chris Moore has received interest from the University of Miami, Dragons coach Mike Fenton said Thursday.

Davis, the county's leader in receiving yards (531) and touchdown receptions (10), has received offers from Miami, FSU, USF and FIU.

But Fenton lauds Moore, who he said is the team's best route runner. The 6-foot-2, 180-pound Moore has 8 catches for 170 yards and averages 21.3 yards per reception.

"Andre receives a lot of the attention," Fenton said. "But I think Chris might be just as good."

-- EDUARDO A. ENCINA, Times staff writer

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