"It went great – it was a fantastic trip," Dustyn Moore said. The Heritage (GA) High School junior hadn't made an unofficial visit to campus since the 2011 football season, but having a chance to see the full slate of football facilities, as well as the classrooms, gave Moore a chance to refresh his memory about perspective student life in Atlanta.
Moore also had the chance to converse with current Georgia Tech football players, and the list included players like B.J. Bostic, Synjyn Days and Louis Young. After getting an opportunity to catch up with the current members of the team, Moore was pleased by what he heard about the program.
"They talked highly of the program and told me that you can't get coaches any better," Moore said.
Keeping in mind that Moore's father, Derrick, is the team chaplain at Georgia Tech, the Yellow Jackets would seem to be a strong favorite to land the Class of 2013 linebacker when they eventually offer him. But since he has collected no offers to this point, Moore said it is time to go "back to work" to grab the attention of the coaches he wants to play for.
He will also continue to visit other schools to see if there is any interest outside Atlanta, starting with South Alabama in two weeks. As far as future visits to Georgia Tech go, Moore said he intends to return in the middle of the summer for another unofficial visit.