NORMAN — Freshman cornerback L.J. Moore has decided to leave the Oklahoma football program, according to a SoonerScoop.com report.
Moore (6-foot-1, 166 pounds) arrived at OU a four-star prospect from Central East High in Fresno, Calif., and was expected to compete for immediate and significant playing time.
Instead, he only appeared in two games for the Sugar Bowl champion Sooners, recording just one tackle.
Moore came to OU with high-school teammate and safety Hatari Byrd, and Central East receiver Michiah Quick signed with the Sooners earlier this month.
Against some heavy hitters from SEC and Big Ten country, Oklahoma stood its own in college football attendance in 2013.
The Sooners ranked 13th among Division I FBS schools with 508,334 fans, an average of 84,722 per home game. Only Texas had larger attendance numbers in the Big 12 with 593,857 (avg. 98,976).
Both OU and Texas were one of only four schools in the top 13 that played only six home games last season. The top three schools on the list – Michigan, Ohio State and Alabama – each played seven home games and have larger capacity stadiums.
Michigan led the way with an average of 111,592. Texas was fourth, followed by Penn State, Tennessee, Georgia, LSU, Nebraska and Florida to round out the top 10. Texas A&M and Auburn were 11th and 12th, and South Carolina 14th, giving the Southeastern Conference eight schools in the top 15.
Nebraska, Texas A&M and Auburn each played eight home games.
The NCAA list compiled the top 30 schools in terms of attendance.
Many of you have heard some high praise about defensive lineman, Charles Walker. In fact yesterday he was mentioned a couple times as someone who Oklahoma expects to really contribute this coming year.
We’ve got some interesting notes and very high praise from an current NFL scout who saw him working out, doing drills, one-on-ones, etc. recently. The scout was at Oklahoma to look at other players but it was hard for him not to notice Charles Walker. This is the gist of what the NFL scout said:… Read More
Landry Jones is at 6
Jones will draw inevitable comparisons to Sam Bradford (and other OU QBs with huge numbers). But he has good size, a strong arm, and has improved his accuracy. Major prospect.
Ronnell Lewis is at 17
A defensive end at Oklahoma, Lewis will take his elite athleticism to outside linebacker at the next level. Too quick for many offensive tackles, he should pile up sacks. Added here after eligibility issues cleared up.
No Ryan Broyles, yet.
Jenni Carlson Interview with Oklahoma Sooner WR Ryan Broyles