Tramonda Moore

Participated in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl … Ranked as a four-star recruit by,, ESPN and … Those services also list him as the No. 1 overall prospect in the state of Oklahoma … ESPN ranked him the No. 7 tackle prospect in the country and the No. 87 overall prospect in the country … Chose Oklahoma State over reported offers from Alabama, Oklahoma, Florida State, Georgia, Auburn, TCU and UCLA, among several others.

High School: Played tackle for coach Rashaun Woods - a former Oklahoma State standout receiver - at John Marshall … A key figure on the offensive line as he helped lead his team to a 10-2 finish as senior … The team averaged more than 224 yards rushing and 167 yards passing his senior year … Named a team captain and was given a best leadership honor … Also competed in basketball and track and field.

Personal: Tramonda Dewayne Moore was born Aug. 9, 1997, in Oklahoma City … Son of Melissa Moore … His cousin, Tracy Moore, played wide receiver at Oklahoma State, but he says they are more like brothers.

Offensive Line Coach
Greg Adkins:

"Obviously the No.1 player in the state. Very, very athletic big man that can play on either side of the football, offense or defense. We're glad to have him on the offensive line. We see him as on offensive tackle. We're very happy to have him in the fold."


Position: OL Height: 6-4 Weight: 350
Oklahoma City, Okla. / John Marshall