Mitchell Moore made an unofficial visit to Iowa State last Monday and loved his first trip ever to the state of Iowa.
Mitchell Moore made an unofficial
visit to Iowa State last Monday and loved his first
trip ever to the state of Iowa.
The 5-foot-11, 195 pound running
back with 4.4 speed loved every aspect of his Iowa State trip but is still
reluctant to make a decision on his college, but Mitchell Moore would admit that
his visit improved Iowa State's chances of landing him.
"The visit definitely ups the
chances," Moore said. "The coach is the kind of
guy I want to play for. He reminds me a lot of the coach I have now. We got a
long real well. He seemed like he was a really down to earth
Moore also got to talk to other coaches
on his visit and liked what he saw. Of all of the things
Moore saw on the visit he was
especially impressed with the campus of Iowa State.
"It's a really pretty campus," he
said. "It was one of the nicer ones. The dorm rooms really stood out to me. A
lot of things caught my eye. I got a good feeling when I was on campus. Just
asking people for directions, everybody was overly friendly. It was a good
Though the visit was a success
Moore still wants to visit a few more
campuses before he decides on where to spend his college career.
When it comes down to what
Moore will major in, he's still
undecided though he's thinking about making a career in either teaching or
Moore is not only an athlete himself
he's also a fan. Moore then went on to discuss his
feelings on the NFL and his displeasure with the recent trade involving Randy Moss and the Minnesota Vikings.
"I did like the Vikings but they
traded Randy Moss so right now my favorite team would have to be, that's tough
but I like TO so I'd say the Eagles," Moore said.
When asked about his football role
models, Moore quickly responded with the
answers of Jim Brown and Barry Sanders. Not too bad of guys to model your self
Where he will do that is still up
in the air but Moore will make the decision when he's
good and ready.
"I'm still just trying to decide
what I want to do and where the best place is for me,"