There's something about TCU and people named Jordan Moore.
You may recall a former football player and hurdler who played at TCU from 2012-2014 before transferring to LSU. His name was Jordan Moore.
ZONE pic.twitter.com/UW8clc88zC— Jordan Moore (@JMOIAM) January 24, 2016
The women's basketball team has a center that will be a sophomore next season. Her name is Jordan Moore.
Jordan Moore has 4 of TCU's 8 in the second quarter and Frogs lead 24-17 thanks to an 8-0 run to start the 2nd qtrhttps://t.co/c1cKNlmw5a— TCU WomensBasketball (@TCUWbasketball) January 14, 2016
Now it appears TCU football is looking to pick up an athlete from Yoakum High School in Yoakum, Texas. His name? Jordan Moore.
Uber talented 2018 prospect and possibly a 2018 offer for the Frogs. Keep an eye on this one. #CarterBoys17 https://t.co/ypRuQFNhcB— Jeremiah Glenn (@JGHFBlitz) April 20, 2016
#GoFrogs pic.twitter.com/aeoR87GiOR— Jordan moore‼️ (@Jo_moore2) April 20, 2016
One big difference for the 2018 version of Jordan Moore? This one has a twin brother, who is also a stud football player. Could we see more of the Moores in purple someday?
Come to think of it, when I was a journalism student at TCU, I had this one classmate. He wasn't an athlete or anything, just a regular journalism student.
You know what his name was?
I am not kidding.
So anyway, if your name just so happens to be Jordan Moore, and you are connected to TCU in some form or fashion, well...must be destiny.