Standing on the sidelines of the Nike Opening Regional Camp in the Crescent City was Joshua Moore, one of the nation is best receivers.
The four-star receiver from IMG Academy by way of Yoakum, Texas was not participating, having already earned an invite to The Opening Finals, taking place in early July in Portland. Instead, he made the trip to support his brother Jordan, a four-star cornerback committed to Texas A&M who was still looking to get the invite, but didn’t end up earning one.
SB Nation caught up with Josh Moore during the event.
He recently released a top 10 list of schools featuring Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Nebraska, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and Texas A&M, in no order.
It wasn’t too hard to get to 10, Moore said.
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David Johnson would be a borderline superhero in a Blitz reboot, but one man alone isn’t enough to slow down a juggernaut Packers offense.
The Cowboys are too much, too soon for an Eagles offense that is still coming together after a rough 2016. The Zeke-Dak-Dez combination is simply tough to beat, and Philly is only advantage in this matchup is Matthews vs. Beasley.