Oregon’s 5-star QB commit Dante Moore posts message to former OC Kenny Dillingham
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One of the biggest questions Oregon Duck fans have after former offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham took the job as Arizona State Sun Devils head coach is whether or not the departure will have a recruiting impact.
More importantly, Dillingham's absence will impact the engagement of 5-star quarterback Dante Moore, the No. 2 QB in the 2023 class.
While the two had a close bond that was forged during the recruiting process, a recent tweet from Moore may indicate that he has no plans to move away from the Ducks simply because the main recruiter who brought him to Eugene is no longer around is.
On Sunday morning, Moore sent a message to the new ASU HC: "Go be great Dilly #Goat."
That doesn't necessarily mean Moore will remain committed to the Ducks, although some comments from him after winning Saturday night's state championship game in Detroit suggest he's still linked with Oregon. However, it likely shows that he has no plans to relocate to Arizona State any time soon.
We'll find out more in the coming weeks when early signing day is just around the corner.
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Story originally appeared on Ducks Wire
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