FPD'S Moore to run and catch at Samford

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MACON, Ga. -- First Presbyterian Day wide receiver Titus Moore is going to be a Samford Bulldog. The Vikings' standout receiver announced his commitment last week at FPD.

Moore caught 76 passes for 1,474 yards and 15 touchdowns this season for the Vikings, but his football abilities is not the main reason Moore is heading to Samford.

Titus is one of the best hurdlers in the state of Georgia, winning the state championship in the 110 meter hurdles in 2016 as a sophomore and finishing second in 2017 as a junior. Moore's education will be paid for by a track scholarship, but his football career is not over. Samford head football coach Chris Hatcher is bringing Moore into his program as a preferred walk-on.

Moore will officially sign with Samford in the spring. This track season he looks to take back the Private-A state title in the 110 meter hurdles as well as compete in the 300 meter hurdles, 4x400, 4x100 and long jump.

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