Moore, who set BGHS program receiving marks this season with 63 catches and 1,350 yards, took an official visit to Boulder Sept. 15, with teammate and close friend Ryan Wallace.
Then, in December, Moore pledged to South Carolina.
Wallace, a tight end, intends to sign with Colorado on Wednesday. He informed the CU coaches of his decision in January, and since then, Moore has been rethinking his pledge to South Carolina, and was even leaning toward Colorado as recently as this past weekend.
Moore had gone as far as calling the S. Carolina coaches to tell them of his change of heart Monday, but after the conversation, the Gamecocks are back in the picture.
Moore will play in an important district basketball game tonight. He'll need to make his final choice in the next 12-18 hours.
"He has good feelings about both places," Moore's head coach Kevin Wallace (Ryan's father) said Tuesday. "He's got to solidify a decision pretty quickly."
BGHS plans a Signing Day ceremony at 1:45 p.m. (CT) Wednesday, but Kevin Wallace said his three players destined for Division I programs — Moore, Wallace and LB Jared Carpenter (Northwestern bound) — will likely fax their letters first thing in the morning.
"I do not think that (Moore's decision) will linger during the day," Kevin Wallace said. "I think they're going to wake up in the morning, sign the papers and bring them in."
Wallace described Moore as a tall, athletic player who's made great strides in his ability to catch the ball this past season. BGHS had four players sign D-I letters last year, along with the three who will this year.
"I think D.L. has as much, if not more, upside as any of those people," he said.