DeAndre Moore Jr. has backed off his commitment to Oklahoma, and raised a possibility that the 4-star wide receiver from Los Alamitos, California may be interested in playing in the SEC.

Moore, a top 50 national recruit, is ranked the No. 4 wide receiver in the class of 2023, and the No. 6 player in the state of California, according to the 247Sports Composite. Alabama was a finalist among 22 offers before Moore committed to the Sooners last fall.

Moore’s announcement came after he reaffirmed his stance with Oklahoma following Lincoln Riley’s departure.

“I’ve been wanting to go to Oklahoma since the 7th grade,” Moore told 247Sports. “I don’t know how many people know that but it has always been my dream school and it was never about the coaching staff for me.

“I liked coach Riley, don’t get me wrong. I was looking forward to playing for him but that was more the cherry on top for me. I was going to Oklahoma because I love the school and that’s where I always wanted to go and that’s still the case for me.”

Here’s Greg Biggins’ scouting report of Moore from 247Sports:

“Moore is a two-way player and a legitimate top 100 prospect nationally at receiver and safety. He has a solid frame, well muscled but isn’t stiff and is fluid in how he moves. At receiver, he has very good body control, strong hands and is excellent in jump ball situations. As a safety, he’s a smart, high IQ player with a lot of range. He’s a physical kid who is always around the ball. He’s a willing hitter and solid in coverage as well. He has good ball skills and ball awareness on both sides of the ball and although he prefers receiver, he might have more long term upside in the secondary. He runs well but can continue to improve athletically in both his short area quickness and long speed but has all the tools to be an impact player at the next level and has NFL upside as well.”

Here are his highlights from Hudl: