"This is my second time on campus, it's been awesome getting to talk with the coaches on game day, meet the players, and other recruits that are in town", said Moore.
The Bullard Panthers are coming off a tough 42-27 loss to the Central Roughriders this past Friday night. In that game Moore threw for 163 yards and two touchdowns while adding two more scores on the ground. Pretty impressive considering Moore has 14 stitches in his throwing hand.
"We have Gilmer this Friday night and they might be the best team we face all year. They are fast and all around the ball, it will be a challenge for us".
While Charlie is putting up incredible numbers on the offensive side of the ball, will he see a different position in college? "ULM is recruiting me as an athlete. Quarterback, receiver, defensive back, just whatever they want me do I will do", said Moore.