The Oklahoma Sooners have endured a rough stretch with their recruits after the departure of former head coach Lincoln Riley to USC. Several players have left the Sooners to follow Riley to the Trojans, with the speculation that more are to follow. Well, the Sooners lost out on one of their best prospects, wide receiver Deandre Moore Jr., who could be the latest recruit to hit the road and join Riley at USC, as reported by ESPN.

Wide receiver Deandre Moore Jr. decommitted from Oklahoma on Monday. Moore is the No. 11 prospect in the 2023 class and was the highest-ranked commitment in the Sooners football program's class.

Former Oklahoma top prospect Deandre Moore Jr. has decommitted from the Sooners. Moore was the highest-ranked commitment in the Sooners' class but will now set his sights elsewhere, with Lincoln Riley's USC Trojans as a potential destination. Louisville has also been mentioned as a program that could have interest.

Moore has two former Oklahoma prospect teammates, quarterback Malachi Nelson and wide receiver Makai Lemon, who also flipped to join Riley and the Trojans.

If former Oklahoma prospect Deandre Moore Jr. joins Lincoln Riley and USC, that could just be another reason for talented quarterback Caleb Williams to tag along as well.