Wide receiver C.J. Moore catches a pass during OSU’s Spring Weekend in Stillwater on Saturday. Moore was thrown to multiple times during the Orange Blitz, a sign that he will see more action next season.
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Moore targeted frequently
Former Union wideout C.J. Moore was thrown to multiple times during Saturday’s Orange Blitz, a sign that he will be an active member of the receiving rotation next season.
“I think he’s gained 30 pounds, so his body’s changed,” Gundy said. “He’s learning to handle it with body control and all the things the guys that play wideout here have to do in order to be successful. He’s growing into his body and learning.
“He’s going to need another year to where you can just say we’re going to leave you in there for 55-60 plays a game and play at a high level. I don’t know that he’ll be ready for that, but he should be able to give us a number of plays early in the year and we’ll see how he develops in live situations.”
Big recruiting opportunity
With only 11 other FBS teams hosting their spring game Saturday and none from the Big 12, the Orange Blitz provided a chance for recruits to attend. It is believed 70-80 high school athletes attended the practice as guests of OSU.
— Kelly Hines, Tulsa World