Oklahoma Sooners land commitment from 2025 DT Ka’Mori Moore

Oklahoma Sooners land commitment from 2025 DT Ka’Mori Moore

The Oklahoma Sooners’ head start on the 2025 recruiting class continued on Wednesday evening with the commitment of defensive tackle Ka’Mori Moore.

Moore is a three-star prospect in the On3 database and hails from Lee’s Summit North High School. The same school that produced current Sooners offensive lineman Cayden Green and Oklahoma targets Williams Nwaneri and Isaiah Mozee.

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In Moore, the Sooners get their third commitment of the 2025 recruiting cycle. He joins four-star quarterback Kevin Sperry and four-star wide receiver Gracen Harris.

Here’s what our Bryant Crews had to say about the talented defensive tackle prospect.

Moore is powerful but has excellent agility for someone his size. His ability to stonewall offensive linemen allows him to disrupt timing on plays and enables the rest of the defense to make plays. Moore also spent time in June at one of Oklahoma’s camps, showcasing his skills in front of the coaching staff. – Crews, Sooners Wire

⚡️⚡️Only thing that’s on my mind…is being the first member of the 25 Power Line!!⚡️⚡️

1000% Committed!@CoachVenables@CoachToddBates@MiguelChavis65#PowerLine25⚡️⚡️ #OUdna 🎯 pic.twitter.com/Og8If8ExeR

— Ka’Mori”Big baby”Moore (@KaMoriMoore2) July 27, 2023

Brent Venables and the Oklahoma Sooners are off to a blistering start in the 2025 cycle. With their three commitments have the No. 8 recruiting class in the 247Sports team recruiting rankings.

The Sooners are working to rebuild their defensive line from the Alex Grinch days. They got started in the 2023 cycle with the commitment of Adepoju Adebawore and are looking to follow that up with a historic class in the 2024 cycle. With Moore’s commitment, the Sooners are trending toward stacking good defensive line classes together as they prepare for life in the SEC.

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