Notre Dame is still in search for a cornerback in the 2022 class, and one player on the board is Naples (Fla.) High School athlete Devin Moore. The Fighting Irish are now one of the seven final schools that Moore is considering.
Notre Dame, Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Stanford and Cincinnati make up Moore's final group.
The 6-2, 180-pound cornerback had offers from Auburn, Penn State, Michigan, Tennessee, Nebraska, UCF, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Pittsburgh, Boston College, NC State, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Michigan State, Louisville, Duke, Iowa State, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt and Rutgers.
Moore is a consensus three-star recruit, but you can see why top programs are after him so much. The Naples standout has tools, film and an offer list that far exceeds his ranking.
Notre Dame likes long corners and Moore is certainly that. He's not only 6-2, but he has very long arms, and you see those tools on both sides of the ball. Moore is also a productive high school receiver, and he shows the deep speed, foot quickness and overall athleticism to thrive as a cornerback in college.
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