Taking his official visit to Manhattan this weekend, Antwon Moore made the trip with fellow NEO teammates Chris Wade and Brandon Balkcom. Brandon, who already pledged to Kansas State along with Moore and Wade sat in the airport discussing their visit to Kansas State.
KStateFans had a chance to catch up with the 6-foot, 213-pound, safety, with 4.4 speed, from Northeast Oklahoma A&M about his visit.
"Coach Prince just was talking to me about the visit and how everything was going. He just talked to me about his outlook and everything. That is the school you know that is going to change everything. That I am wanted and that they want me to come there right away so that I can start. They told me that they want me to start right away and all that good stuff," Moore told KStateFans.
Already committed to the Cats, Moore said this was more of a laid back trip to just enjoy and get to know the coaches better.
"Coach Prince, just him as a person, I really like him. You know the whole coaching staff also, they are all full of energy."
The visit however did drive home on point and with Bryan Baldwin as his host, Moore said he could not be happier to be a Wildcat.
"Everyone showed us respect. The visit was lovely. I enjoyed going up there and watching the basketball game and all. Especially when we were walking around and like people that you ain't never met in your life already know your name, your size and where you are from. I mean they are real crazy. It drove me as far as my commitment. It is nice though, I mean it drove me as far as my commitment."
With many of his teammates already committed to play with him in Manhattan, Moore says he and his fellow NEO teammates are working on prospect Chris Wade to join them.
"Right now we are all talking about things and the visit at the airport. Just hanging out. You know, we all want Chris to join us and he said that he will but you know, he has to do what he thinks is best. All of us have talked to him and are trying to get him to come with us. But that man, he has got to do what he needs to do. If I had to say, I think Kansas State is ahead of Arkansas right now but Chris is close I think. He had a good time on his visit too. Chris is going to have to make his decision on what is best for him but I think this was a good trip for him."
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