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4-Star WR Joshua Moore Will Choose Between Oregon, Texas

Fans cheer on the Texas Longhorns against the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks.

AUSTIN, TX - SEPTEMBER 5: Fans cheer on the Texas Longhorns against the Louisiana Monroe Warhawks on September 5, 2009 at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

Joshua Moore was once a Nebraska commit, but on Sunday he will commit to either Oregon or Texas.

Joshua Moore is a four-star wide receiver out of Yoakum, Texas. Back in December, he backed away from his commitment to the Huskers.

Moore had committed to Nebraska back in June. His brother is a four-star safety signed to play at Texas A&M.

Joshua Moore won't be an Aggie. He may, however, play for a hated rival.

On Monday, Moore revealed more about his commitment plans. He announced a top two of Oregon and Texas.

He also revealed that his decision will come on Sunday, February 4. That is just a few days before National Signing Day on February 7.

247Sports ranks Moore as the No. 96 player in the country. He is also the No. 19 wide receiver nationally.

The site has him ranked 10th among Texas recruits. Here is his announcement:

247's crystal ball has an interesting breakdown, which clearly doesn't reflect this final two. Texas is the favorite at 37-percent.

The Ducks only have 8-percent of the predictions. However, there are a lot of other teams involved who are no longer in consideration.

Texas A&M was considered a co-favorite with Texas at 37-percent, which makes sense since his brother is heading there. However, the Aggies are no longer in the running.

Nebraska, Florida State, and Oklahoma also all have small percentages in the vote. We'll have to see if Texas holds, or if the Ducks can make a splash for this blue-chip player.

According to a 247 report, Oregon will get the final visit before his decision. Oregon is also the late school in, and still made it as a finalist, meaning it may have some momentum here.

[247Sports]