"Florida State and North Carolina State just verbally offered me," wide receiver Mike Moore said. "Coach Lilly of Florida State called my coach and he also sent me a letter asking me to call him this weekend. I already called Coach Holliday of North Carolina State. They want to get me up there for a visit." According to the South Florida star, two teams now standout. "Florida State and Georgia standout," he said. "Florida State has a lot of senior receivers and because of my size I could make an early impact there in either special teams or as a wide receiver. I went to the Georgia camp and I really liked the atmosphere. Coach Richt is real nice. They told me that I could play both ways there." Some other schools that are high on Moore list are North Carolina State, Tennessee and Pittsburgh. "Pittsburgh was one of the first schools to offer me," he said. "I would get an opportunity to play there early and there are a lot of Florida players on their roster. I really like Coach Partridge."
Moore has plans to see several games this fall including ones at Miami, Florida, Florida State and Georgia.
"I want to take a couple of my official visits for games," he said. "I could decide early on a school. It all depends on the situation."
He is an excellent student with a score of 1,000 on the SAT.
Moore was named 1st team All-County his sophomore and junior seasons, and 2nd team 2B All-State as a junior. He finished his junior campaign with 42 receptions, 850 yards, 16 touchdowns, six interceptions and two defensive touchdowns.
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