With elite athleticism and confidence to boot, blue-chip WR Joshua Moore is ready to make Nebraska’s WR corps better.

The 6’0, 168-pounder from Yoakum, Texas, made a nice little Sunday surprise for the Huskers. He’s the No. 12 WR in the 2018 class, according to the 247Sports Composite, and chose between FSU, Nebraska, and Texas A&M.

The Cornhuskers continue their string of recruiting success, with Moore in the class.

Moore’s got a built-in advantage in addition to his skill set. He plays both ways and can really get into the mindset of a defensive back.

He says he wouldn’t mind playing both ways at the next level, but it remains to be seen if he’ll be able to. He’d also like to run track wherever he goes to college.

He recently released a list of 10 schools he was interested in, but it certainly wasn’t easy.

To do so, he used a checklist that he and his parents came up with.

“It has three main points. First is relationships, second is best development, and third is setting me up to be successful in my life after football,” Moore said. “I did my research on all my schools.”

Nebraska was the school that met all three of those points the most, and that’s where he’s headed.

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