Elijah Moore made his college decision known on Tuesday night.
The 4-star receiver went through the process of releasing his college choice about as fast as he gets off the line.
The hiccup-quick slot took visits to his two finalists (Georgia and Ole Miss) in late July.
Moore tweeted out on Monday that he planned to announce his college decision at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
He did just that. The St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) star announced on Twitter that he plans to play for Kirby Smart.
That gives the Bulldogs 10 commitments for the Class of 2018. Moore slots into the class just ahead of 4-star OLB Caleb Tannor and is the second-highest Bulldogs commit on the board for 2018.
He becomes the first receiver to commit to the Bulldogs in 2018.
Moore certainly has quite the highlight reel to show off his game. He easily was one of the marquee showstoppers at The Opening Finals in July in Oregon.
The 5-foot-11, 170-pounder definitely fills a need for the Bulldogs at receiver in this cycle. Georgia hopes to add a pair of hyper-fast receivers to play the slot for 2018.
Moore is the first. Kearis Jackson, long seen by DawgNation as the top receiver target for UGA in this class, will make his college decision on Saturday afternoon.
Moore is a member of a powerhouse program at St. Thomas Aquinas. The Raiders are ranked by Maxpreps.com as the nation’s No. 15 team heading into the 2017 season.
Season outlook for Elijah Moore
Moore and his Raiders will open the season against national power St. John Bosco (Calif.) on Aug. 25. St. Thomas Aquinas won a Class 7A state title in Florida last season and finished 13-2. The Raiders were ranked No. 7 nationally in the final MaxPreps rankings.
He played on a loaded squad with several college prospects at receiver as a junior. Four different Raiders caught at least 30 passes in 2016. Moore caught 9 passes in seven games.
Needless to say, the highlights below show there is a lot more to his game than that.
— ❗️Elijah moore❗️ (@e_moore03) July 5, 2017
— Ronny Torres (@RonnyTorresSS) July 2, 2017
— Tom Loy (@TomLoy247) July 2, 2017