Odds on Dante Moore Next Team

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Ean Lamb
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Dante Moore has entered the transfer portal and BetOnline immediately placed odds on his next team.  Moore most recently played for the UCLA Bruins.


Dante Moore Next Team

Michigan State 5/4

Michigan 3/2 - The current payout is $12.50 for every $10 bet as of early afternoon Thursday December 14.

Auburn 5/1

Indiana 6/1

LSU 8/1

Miami 8/1

Washington 12/1

Ohio State 15/1

Minnesota 20/1

Texas A&M 22/1

MSU and Michigan are essentially co-favorites to land Moore.

“SOURCE: Former five-star QB Dante Moore is transferring from UCLA. Where does he go from here? Keep an eye on Michigan State,” the Athletic's Bruce Feldman wrote.

Dante Moore visited MSU on the recruiting trail a number of times prior to Oregon State’s Jonathan Smith assuming the head coaching role.

ESPN believes the Wolverines are a better fit for Moore.

"Moore is likely at the top of a lot of people’s boards because of his upside, eligibility and flashes he showed this fall at UCLA. Going to Michigan makes sense for Moore, a Detroit native, who would get to go back home and compete for a championship every year during his remaining eligibility. He’s not quite the same runner, but as a passer, he has a lot of the same traits Jayden Daniels possesses."

Wolverines starting quarterback J. J. McCarthy is eligible for the 2024 NFL Draft.  He is ranked among the top quarterbacks in the class.

In nine games, Moore threw for 1,610 yards, 11 touchdowns and nine interceptions.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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