GA DE Likes Dawgs, Noles And Canes

One of the top defensive prospects in the state of Georgia could come down to a three team race between, the Georgia Bulldogs, the Florida State Seminoles, and the Miami Hurricanes. The only catch is that he has yet to be offered by any of those programs. However, that will most likely change soon.

As a junior defensive end Kyle Moore of Warner Robins (GA) Houston Country has been a pain in the neck for offensive coordinators. Last season, he terrorized the opposition by recording 89 tackles, 21 tackles for a loss and 15 sacks.

"I have offers now from Vanderbilt, Clemson, Maryland, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Duke and Alabama," the 6-foot-6 and 245 pound standout
with 4.7 40-yard dash speed said. "Right now I like a lot of teams."
Moore indicated that three teams are near the top of his list which includes, Georgia, Florida State and Miami.

"Georgia is my No.1 team right now," he said. "I like everything about them. Coach Mark Richt is real cool. I talked with Coach Johnson last week. I like Florida State Coach (Jody) Allen. I called him a while back and he wanted me to come down there but I already had plans to go to Georgia. Miami was my favorite team growing up. I haven't heard from them yet but my coach said they were coming by the school next week."

Some programs are also recruiting him as a tight but his preference is at defensive end.

Moore would like to camp this summer at Georgia and possibly Tennessee or Maryland.

The Texas native should have no problems qualifying academically with a 2.8 grade point average and a score of 860 on the SAT test.

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