Receiver CJ Moore enters transfer portal

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OSU wide receiver C.J. Moore looks on during an Oklahoma State football spring practice at Sherman E. Smith Training Center in Stillwater on Monday, March 11, 2019. 

Another highly-recruited Cowboy football player has entered the transfer portal.

Tuesday, wide receiver CJ Moore announced he will be transferring from Oklahoma State.

The 6-foot-5 Moore wasn’t much of a factor in his first two years in Stillwater.

After redshirting the 2018 season, Moore got off to a promising start to the year in 2019. He caught touchdowns against both Oregon State and McNeese State to open the season.

He was heavily uninvolved after that though, appearing in only three more games the rest of the season and catching one pass for six yards. 

A former four-star recruit, Moore’s initial signing with Oklahoma State sparked a lot of excitement. He starred at Tulsa Union high school, helping win a class 6A-I championship as a junior.

His time with the Cowboys didn’t pan out though, as he will look for a larger opportunity elsewhere.