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Updated scouting report on Top 50 defensive end Derrick Moore

WOODBINE, Md. – Derrick Moore was part of a throng of Baltimore St. Frances prospects to make their way to compete at the Under Armour camp near Baltimore earlier this month and the strong side defensive end’s athleticism certainly was on display. The 6-foot-5, 260-pound Moore is yet to trim...
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Derrick Moore

CHARLOTTE — Mr. Derrick Moore, 41, died on Wednesday, April 7, 2021. A viewing will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. today, Friday, April 16 in the chapel of New Beginnings Funeral Service, 109 W. 5th St. in Scotland Neck, which is handling the arrangements. Graveside services will be...
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WATCH: Taking a drive with Jessica Jackson, Derrick Moore

When she isn't helping football recruits and their parents coordinate visits to campus this summer, South Carolina football director of on-campus recruiting Jessica Jackson is driving around in a golf cart this spring interviewing new staff members. The first joyride interview was posted on Easter Sunday, a conversation with executive...
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Oregon offers top 50 2022 defensive end Derrick Moore

The Ducks have extended an offer to one of the top defensive linemen in the 2022 class. Baltimore (M.D.) St. Frances Academy strong-side defensive end Derrick Moore tweeted out that he picked up an offer from Oregon on Thursday morning. The Oregon offer is the 19th overall scholarship for Moore...
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'Lemonade, lemonade!' guy, Derrick Moore battling unknown illness

PHOENIX — The Arizona Diamondbacks' popular and beloved drink vendor is battling an unknown illness and had to be hospitalized without medical insurance. Derrick Moore is known for his trademark saying "Lemonade! Lemonade! Like Grandma Made!" at Chase Field and other sports venues across the Valley. For locals, Moore was just as much a part of the entertainment as the game itself. His popularity showcased in 2015 when he won the award for Top Vendor in Major League Baseball.