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Junior defensive lineman Tre Moore visted Tech on Saturday


Tre Moore, a junior defensive lineman from Johnson, SC, visited Georgia Tech during Saturday’s 35-21 loss to Miami.

Moore posted on Twitter about his visit writing that the campus was “nice” and that he enjoyed himself at the game and on campus.

The 6-foot-2, 230 pound Moore is listed as a defensive end and a tackle for his Thurmond High School football team. The Thurmond Rebels are 4-2 so far this season, most recently coming off a 42-0 win over Edisto High School in Cordova, SC.

In Moore’s highlight reel from the Rebels’ 41-38 three overtime loss to North Augusta High School on Sept. 23, Moore shows agility and quickness when he changes direction to quickly tackle the ball carrier. On the high school level, Moore seems able to quickly move around and overpower offensive linemen as a pass rusher. Against Augusta High School, Moore had 12 total tackles, a team high, one sack and 2.5 tackles for loss, according to MaxPreps.


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