"I've put in a lot of hard work and I know all of my teammates have too so I'm really excited about this year" said Moore. "We're going to have a great team and we're going to be able to do a lot of things."
"We're confident that we're going to be able to move the ball whenever we want to and we know our defense will be able to stop anybody in the state of Texas."
But what about the Springtown game being his first game?
"It will be huge and all of the guys are on the same page" said Moore. "Even though it's my old school, it's not that big of a deal to me but I always love winning the first game of the season because it sets a tone of how your season is going to go."
With an offer from Army and steady interest from Air Force and Kansas State, Moore knows that he may or ay not play QB in college. Standing at 6'1" and nearly 200 pounds, a position change to safety could be in the works and if TCU were to come calling, it would likely be for just that.
At a recent TCU camp, Moore turned in huge numbers across the board. He had an impressive 37" vertical to go along 4.45 forty and a 4.0 shuttle. While he's not waiting on just a TCU offer, he is willing to keep all options open and trust that his time will come.
"I'm going to keep it open" he said. "I'm always going to keep my options open because I know God is going to put me in the right spot that he wants me to be in.