Congratulations to Seminole High School’s Brandon “Bam” Moore, who will be showcasing his talents on Saturdays for UCF.

Moore, a 6-foot, 180-pound cornerback, said Sunday night he will sign a scholarship in February to play football for the Knights.

Bam at UCF
Sanford’s Brandon Moore, center, with UCF cornerbacks coach Travis Fisher, left, and head coach Scott Frost. Photo credit: Patrick Austin

Moore was not on UCF’s radar during former coach George O’Leary’s tenure, and many thought Moore might go to Bowling Green University, where his brother Ronnie is a standout receiver. University of South Florida, UCF’s in-state rival, had also shown interest in signing Moore.

However, new UCF head coach Scott Frost has made it clear he intends to keep Central Florida’s considerable football talent at home.

Four days into his new job, Frost has commitments from three of the region’s top recruits. In addition to Moore, Dr. Phillips receiver Jaquarius Bargnare and Daytona Beach Mainland tailback Adrian Killins will be committed to play for the Knights.

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