In continuing to address the production issue at wide receiver, UTEP received a 2015 verbal commitment from JUCO wide receiver Jon-Jon Moore who played the past two seasons at Cabrillo College in California.
Moore runs a reported 4.45 40-yard dash, and caught 15 balls for 261 yards and two touchdowns this past season in nine games as a sophomore for Cabrillo.
His big numbers season was his freshman year at Cabrillo where he recorded 30 catches good for 456 yards and eight touchdowns in eight games, earning All Coast Conference Honorable Mention in his freshman season.
Cabrillo averaged over 200 yards passing per game in Moore's two seasons in the receiver rotation in a pass happy offense. Moore caught 17 passes for 379 yards and three touchdowns in his final year of high school football in 2009 at Aloha High School,
The Beaverton, Oregon native is 6'3, and weights 180 pounds, giving UTEP three JUCO wide receiver signees in the class of 2015.
A few receivers stood out in the spring, but plenty of options remain, and now you can add Moore into the mix of pass catchers that will vying for depth chart spots come the fall.
Moore has two years of eligibility at UTEP.
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