Moore Commits to Frostburg State

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On the heels of a tremendous senior season, filled with many awards and accolades, senior Will Moore has verbally committed to play Division 2 football at Frostburg State University.

Moore, a 6-foot-2, 290 pound center, looks forward to making some noise at the Division 2 level under head coach DeLane Fitzgerald and offensive coordinator J.C. McDonald.

“Playing college football has always been a dream,” Moore said. “Coach Fitz and Coach McDonald have given me an opportunity that I could not turn down. The direction they have taken the program is where I want to be. It felt like home.”

Last season, Frostburg State concluded their season with a 10-1 record, notably remaining undefeated until their final game of the season against Johns Hopkins University.

During Moore’s four-year career at Tuscarora, he was well known as a powerhouse and key offensive weapon. As a junior, Moore was crowned First Team All-Conference Center, Second Team All-Conference Defensive Line and First Team All-Region Center.

The awards continued to roll in during his senior season, earning First Team All-Conference Offensive Line, First Team All-Region and Second Team All-State.

Moore looks forward to continuing his successful career at a school he described as an “easy choice” school.

“Most people don’t know this but one of the greatest coaches from Tuscarora, Adam Fortune, attended Frostburg and played center. That reason alone made my choice very easy,” Moore said.

“The bloodlines don’t stop there,” Moore continued. “Coach Wheelbarger and Coach Toler played football at Frostburg, you can definitely say that Frostburg red runs deep in Tuscarora blue.”

The Tuscarora community looks forward to watching Will on the field playing football at the collegiate level.

“I’m going to bring my leadership, skill and intensity next year,” Moore said. “Playing at Tuscarora showed me that football is more than just a game. It’s a way of life and I want to continue to live that life for the next four years as a Bobcat!”