Donnovan Moorer wrapped up his freshman season this past fall.
Now, entering a second year with Hebron Christian Academy (Dacula, GA), the receiver holds scholarship offers from FIU, Illinois, Jacksonville State, Miami (FL) and Middle Tennessee State.
“It’s a blessing,” Moorer said. “I didn’t expect it to come so early.”
The incoming sophomore plans to attend camps hosted by Rivals.com and Sound Mind Sound Body Football Academy this off-season, with training from Elite Talent Football Academy.
“I don’t plan on visiting a lot of schools until June or July such as Miami,” Moorer said. “But definitely a lot of camps.”
The 2020 prospect made unofficial visits to Georgia for a 28-27 loss to Georgia Tech on November 26, Jacksonville State to witness a 40-21 win over Tennessee Tech on October 8, and Georgia Tech where he saw a 38-7 win against Vanderbilt on September 17.
“I definitely want to thank the coaches for taking a chance on me,” said Moorer “I wanna let them know that I won’t disappoint.”
A natural fit at the slot position but possesses traits that mirror the skill sets of an X- receiver.
Moorer displays an ability to separate off the line of scrimmage, run a combination of option routes, high point the football, stretch the field vertically and run block.
Explosive with the football in his hands. Has an ability to run downhill, which is similar to a running back.
Dynamic in the bubble screen passing attack and jet sweeps running the football.
Reminds us of Ohio State running back/wide receiver Curtis Samuel.
— The Subway Alum (@TheSubwayAlum) January 5, 2017