Hayden Moore, a Nebraska commit for the last six months, announced his decision to decommit from the Huskers’ 2023 recruiting class on Sunday night.
His decision comes two days after an official visit to Michigan.
Moore is a 3-star inside linebacker from Regis Jesuit High School in Aurora, Colorado. He committed to Nebraska on June 21 following a summer official visit. He originally chose Nebraska out of a field of over 20 other offers with heavy consideration from Iowa State and Michigan.
— Hayden Moore (@HMOORE3405) December 19, 2022
The senior posted 197 tackles this season, including 17.0 for loss and 7.0 sacks. He caused a fumble, knocked down a pass and intercepted a pass.
Moore is also a track athlete and promising baseball player with offers to pitch at Louisiana Tech and Washington State.
Moore is the fourth of Nebraska’s 2023 recruiting class to reopen their commitment since Matt Rhule was introduced as new head coach. He follows Lincoln East senior Malachi Coleman, Louisiana native receiver Omarion Miller and Louisiana running back Arnold Barnes. His decision comes at the end of a weekend where Nebraska gained five new commitments.
Following Moore’s decision, Nebraska ranks No. 55 in the composite recruiting rankings and No. 18 in the transfer rankings.