The defense end of Louisville High School, Charles Moore (11), helped win the 4A State Championship Match in December. Two months later, he signed his letter of national intention. Photo by Keith Warren (Photo: Keith Warren, Keith Warren)
LOUISVILLE – Charles Moore put two sets on the board and sat at the stage of the Louisville High School hall on Monday morning. Both were purple and gold with LSU & # 39; written all over the front.
Then, Moore, a four-star defender, sent out of his family and friends by setting out an orange and blue hat that put it right in the middle of the LSU heads. Then he put a pair of gloves & War Eagle & # 39; and he flashes his palms to the crowd before playing his national letter of mind at Auburn.
Just then, the best fourth quarter player in the Mississippi 2019 class will cross the eastern boundary of the state to play a college football in Alabama.
"I think Auburn is where my blessing is," Moore said. "There's a cooling atmosphere. When I got there, I felt I was really at home. I was looking forward to being on campus and developing as a young man – Auburn man."
Moore told the Clarion Ledger after the signing ceremony he was tossing and turning at 2 a.m. Wednesday morning thinking of Auburn, LSU and Mississippi State.
Where were the brown and white caps there? Moore said he did not want to choose Auburn initially because of "it's separate in a countryside." Well, that is Mississippi State – a school dedicated to Moore for almost 17 months until he made a commitment in early January.
He looked at his commitment to the Mississippi State as he thought he wanted to survive a "lifestyle" in the college. He made two official visits after he realized his realism was not really. He went to Auburn on December 7, and fell in love with the set environment.
Last weekend, he went to LSU and decided that the right was not fit for him. Moore said that you have to spend the third or four years spent in college for the rest of your life, and Baton Rouge did not seem to be a place to let it happen.
"If I was going to LSU, I am the person I am, I probably got into trouble or something could have been done," Moore said. "What could happen just."
There is nothing small with "StarkVegas," but it is unlikely to have got a lot of trouble at Moore State in the Mississippi State. Starkville is just subject to Auburn. When he came down, Mississippi Mississippi did not intend but.
Jonathan Mingo, a broad receiver of four star Brandon High School, chose Miss Ole on Monday morning. Jackson Prep did not return five-star Jerrion Ealy, who decided to be Rebel an hour after Moore went to Mississippi State. The Bulldogs hoped that either of them would change their minds, but they did not.
West Jones's four-star defense end, Byron Young, did not end. He spoke to Alabama over Mississippi State.
The Bulldogs got some signs from players who were not initially committed to the UMS. Collin Duncan, three star safety from Montgomery, Alabama, and Dylan Lawrence, a three-star corner from George Country, are the headlines in that category. The prizes of all realities went elsewhere, and he defined the day.
The Mississippi State University is located around 30 miles and 30 minutes away from Louisville, but Moore did not think Bulldog was just the right decision. Auburn Moore has been successful for more than a year and was still committed to the State, and finally the Winners won.
"When I woke up, I knew," Moore said. "When I went to bed, I asked God," Put my heart on when I should go. "Then, when I woke up in the morning, there was no stress It was not Auburn than LSU than Mississippi State. It was all Auburn. "
The coach Gus Malzahn and the company are getting a 6-foot side, 4 -6-foot sideguard defense that is just able to play the edge of play while going to the quarterback on running fun. It is the type of player that could have an immediate impact in the South Eastern Conference.
Moore was the player No. 1 in the state of Mississippi before leaving ACL before the 2017 season. He lost his junior year due to the injury. Despite falling to No. 4 in state player ratings, Moore returned as senior to help Louisville win the 4A State Championship. There were 79 tackles, two mediation and rehabilitation in 13 games.
"The injury was encouraging me because nothing comes easily," Moore said. "I felt like I was getting too fast when I was recruiting No. 1 in Mississippi. When everything is going well, there will be something that comes to throw it down. Then you fight with effect. "
Moore said that his ACL tear was followed and made a better man while trying to work harder. He thanked the football game more than he did before. Now he is grateful for the sport that he feels like one of the wealthiest football schools in the Southeast Conference.