It is Jordan Moore's final year at the helm of Aldine and he had a rough start as they took on Klein…
Lots Of Looks For Houston QB
For many of the athletes in the junior class, spring football will be a more than perfect time for them to show college coaches what they have to offer. Film has been sent and communications have been made, but for some the final test before the offer letter comes is the visual evaluation at spring football. This could be the case for Houston (TX) Aldine quarterback Jordan Moore. "At this point, Jordan does not have an offer that I have seen or heard about. But there are a few schools, talking to me about him," Aldine coach Lionel Crawford Jr. said. "I have gotten a bunch of mail to him and there are some coaches coming down to see him this spring." On Crawford's end, UNLV, Arizona and Kansas State have all inquired. The 6-foot-2, 180-pound Moore is already the necessary test scores and is just waiting for the good word. This past season, Moore threw for over 1,110 yards and nine touchdowns. In addition to that, Crawford elaborated on how well his quarterback is as far as mobility is concerned. "Considering what we do, it's hard to consider him a dual-threat quarterback. But he can hurt you with his legs," Crawford said. "He runs a high 4.5 40 (yard) and ran for close to 500 yards. So I guess you could say that he is a dual threat." But what amazes coach more than anything is Moore's throwing ability. "Jordan throws the ball extremely well and can throw all of the routes you need him to," Crawford said. "If he was in one of those system spread offenses, he would be one of those Elite 11 quarterbacks because he is so solid throwing the football. Short, medium or long, he can make the throw. I would put him against any quarterback in the state. "I can't wait for the (college) coaches to come see him."
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