We were able to speak with his father, Rod Moore, about the visit.
"Coach Shula and Coach Connelly were both here tonight (Wednesday). It
went really good. My wife really liked them a lot. She thought they were more
genuine than any of the other coaches she has met," said Moore.
The visit with Head Coach, Mike Shula, may have turned things around for the
"He is really starting to consider the (Alabama) a lot more now. It
influenced him a lot that Coach Shula came to visit with him. He is definitely
going on his visit to Alabama. Cordero really thinks Coach Shula is a lot more
personal than other coaches. Coach Shula made a strong impression on him and I
also really enjoyed meeting him."
Alabama is going to have stiff competition for Moore's signature.
"He is still considering Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, but Alabama is right
there too. He is going to Alabama on January 7. I am going to be coming with
him. I have not been there in so long. He is going to Arkansas this weekend for
an official visit and he is going to Oklahoma State on December 10. He has not
set up any other visits yet," said Moore.
The Dallas Morning News called Wednesday night, informing them Cordero Moore
made the 1st team All-Area team.
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