Moore visited Iowa State over the weekend of Nov. 22 and committed in early December.
"He's got great ball skills and he's a physical football player," Rhoads said in a press release. "He will come downfield and hit you. He's a student of the game and I think he will provide great leadership you need at the safety position. He really loved the organization and attention to detail of our program, and I think that won him over."
The 5-foot-11, 185-pound Moore chose Iowa State over a good offer list: Wisconsin, West Virginia, Utah, Texas Tech and TCU.
As a JUCO freshman in 2012 Moore notched seven interceptions and this past season he had two pick-sixes.
Moore told AllCyclones.com one of the biggest draws for Iowa State was the opportunity for early playing time or a starting job, as the Cyclones are losing safeties Jacques Washington and Deon Broomfield.
Moore likely profiles as a free safety.