Showing big play ability and a willingness to jump in and get rep after rep despite temperatures soaring to nearly 100 degrees, Moore was one of if not the most impressive wide receiver in attendance. It was a big confidence building day for the physical rising senior who says he's just waiting on the Tigers to come on board.
"It was big," Moore says. "They just told me to come out and do my best. That's what I did. In the heat you just have to perform to the best of your ability and stay hydrated.
"I still don't have an offer," he adds. "All I can do is try. They're going to get the guys that they want and I can't do anything about that. I do what I do. I do the best I can do."
Moore says he is supposed to call the Auburn coaches back in just a few days to discuss the possibility of an offer from the Tigers. He says it that happens it will make him a very happy guy.
"It would be big because that would be my first in-state offer," Moore points out. "It's crazy because you think you want to represent your state somehow and yet you've got all these SEC schools from out of state wanting you bad."
Moore had 50 catches for 1,057 yards and 17 touchdowns during his junior season. He returned four punts for touchdowns and had four interceptions on defense. He earned Team MVP and All-State honorable mention honors.