The Nebraska football team has had quite the wild ride over the last few weeks. When it comes to a recruiting class the regularly ranks in or near the top 10, there are bound to be worries about decommits. Joshua Moore is among those who is considered by some to be the most likely to eventually choose another school, thanks to the fact that his brother has committed to Texas A&M.

Moore was being heavily recruited by the Aggies and had the SEC school in his top three. Eventually, the talented wide receiver announced his commitment to Nebraska. On Tuesday night, Moore appeared to double down on that commitment, dismissing a question on Twitter about the possibility of him "flipping" before signing day.

Nebraska football hanging on with both hands

The Huskers have seen players the caliber of Moore have changes of heart over the course of the summer. Nebraska has taken advantage of this to some degree, though the decommit of Cameron Brown hurt what was looking like the nation's best wide receiver class. On the flipside, it appears Brown might still be a Cornhusker when all is said and done.

Moore, to his credit, waited until Mid-June to announce the school he was going to in part to make sure he was making the right decision. The other reason he wanted to wait was as an homage to a brother who had passed away. Because he's easily one of the most talented receivers Nebraska has managed to haul in, the football team is looking to do everything it can to keep Joshua in the fold.

Reports have also circulated the school is working hard to get his Texas A&M committed brother Jordan into the fold.

Nebraska football prospect says he's true to his word

Tuesday night, one Texas A&M Aggie fan floated the idea of Moore changing schools before signing day. The fan asked another A&M commit, Leon O'Neal if he thought there might be a chance a decommit would come to pass.

In the question, the fan tagged the Nebraska commit, allowing him to see the inquiry.

Moore was quick to shoot down the talk, responding simply, "Nah. #TrueToMyWord". While there is still a long way until signing day, the wide receiver seems like someone who indeed would not go back on his word.

It's a safe bet the Aggies and the Florida State Seminoles will continue courting him. Nebraksa can't rest on its laurels when it comes to a player of this caliber but he's talked often about the relationship he's forged with receivers coach Keith Williams. Cornhusker fans hope that relationship and Joshua Moore's word will have him in red and white next fall.