"I already have a verbal offer from Wake Forest and they want me to come up for several games this season."
A number of other schools have invited him up to their campus as well including Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, Mississippi State, Tennessee, and Arkansas. The one campus he has been on is the home of the Volunteers.
"The Tennessee facilities, weight room, indoor practice facility, and the Hall of Fame area were incredible. I was taken on a tour of the facility, I took part in the Vol Walk, I went on the field during pre-game warm up, I met with my recruiter, and I spent some time with Coach [Chuck] Smith before the game. The stadium had over 102,000 people there and it was crazy to hear the rocky top song all game long."
The 5-foot-10, 165 pound junior out of Buford, Ga. also spent time in Chapel Hill when North Carolina played Georgia Tech. He had a good time there too and he thinks the schools he visited may offer him.
"Tennessee and UNC are very close to offering me, and Vanderbilt and Arkansas told me that they really like me a lot and want me to send them game film."
The SEC program impressed Moore the most.
"Tennessee was the best experience by far," he said. "That was my first time up there for a game. I really liked the atmosphere at the Tennessee versus Oregon game. I think Tennessee is a good school."
Moore currently has 45 tackles and seven pass break-ups, and four interceptions in 2010.