Kailo Moore says his reason behind committing to Mississippi State is simple.
"I trust the coaches. It's easy when there's trust. It's nice to have the pressure off me now," Moore said.
Moore says he has a renewed concentration on what matters most to him now.
"It's good now. All the pressure is down and I can focus on my game."
Moore admits it's been difficult to let other coaches down after developing strong relationships with them.
"I know they were disappointed and that's hard. But, I have to do what I have to do."
Moore says he plans to visit a few schools during football season.
"I'm solidly committed to MSU but I will go to Ole Miss, LSU, Vanderbilt, Memphis and Florida. My phone is always blowing up still. Other than Mississippi State, I've talked to Ole Miss and Vanderbilt the most."
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