LB Kendall Moore Profile
Earlier this week, 6-3, 230-pound linebacker prospect Kendall Moore received an offer from the Clemson Tigers.
"I think I am up to eight offers now," he told CUTigers.com. "My coach showed me today a text message from coach Andre Powell. The text said Kendall now has an offer from Clemson. I was pretty excited."
One of Clemson's newest coaches has been recruiting Moore for a long time.
"Clemson is definitely high on my list," he said. "I have been talking to coach Danny Pearman a lot. He was the first person that recruiting me when he was at Maryland."
Several visits on Tobacco road have already occurred this winter.
"Yes, so I have been to N.C. State, Duke and Wake Forest so far," said Moore.
"I am either going to Clemson or South Carolina this weekend. I am going to discuss with my parents and figure it out."
The two-way standout could play several positions at the next level.
"I am playing both linebacker and tight end. I played a little bit in the slot. My main position is linebacker," he said. "I think I am pretty versatile at outside linebacker.
"My freshman year I played next to one of my teammates that went to Maryland. That is when coach Pearman saw me. He was high on me then and things kind of just took off."
What will the prize recruit consider when selecting his college destination?
"I will definitely look at location," he said. "I want to be somewhere my family can come see me play. I want to have good coaching and play in a good scheme that fits me and my playing style.
I will also look at academics. I want to get a good degree so everything will be set in case it doesn't workout for football."
Any potential verbal commitment timing is unclear right now.
"I really haven't decided yet. Me and my parents are talking about it. I am not rushing anything right now. Whenever I figure out everything and the feeling is right I will make my decision," said Moore.
Tar Heel LB Excited by Clemson Offer
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