"We are out just trying to get to know each other," said Moore. "We are just trying to get some chemistry going and getting it together. We're getting to know each other's tendencies and just getting comfortable with each other.
"The main thing now is that we are going to get to know each other."
All-Star games have some difficult rules to adjust to from time to time and in San Antonio it is strictly man to man in the secondary.
"I like playing man-to-man anyway," said a confident Moore. "It's one of my strengths. I fell in love playing man at camps this summer and I got better at it.
"I love the challenge of being out there playing man. It's just fun."
While some prospects are still dealing with the stress of the recruiting process, Moore has his future settled.
"I am not going to take any other visits. I am UGA all the way," said Corey. "I see a great future at Georgia. We have some commitments here and at other All-Star games. We are going to have a great class and maybe the top class when it's all said and done.
"We have been talking to each other and getting to know each other. We are trying to get a bond together, so once we get there we will already have that going for us."