Moran, a 5-8, 175-pound cornerback, recently attended the camps with teammate Cassetti Brown at Louisiana Tech, Tulsa and LSU and now is playing the waiting game.
While Moran hasn't received any offers yet, Leesville head football coach Terence Williams believes they will come.
"Devin is a legit 4.4 guy," he said. "You can't leave speed on the table. Eventually, he will get something."
Moran said he has "one of my bad days" at the Tech camp, as he was clocked at 4.51 in the 40. After leaving Tech for the Tulsa Camp, Moran was clocked three straight times in the 4.4 range, including a best time of 4.43.
In addition to Tech and Tulsa, Moran said he is receiving "a lot of interest" from Louisiana-Monroe.
Tulsa is his top choice at this time.
"They're pretty good," Moran said. "They've got the #1 offense. If I go there, they play five or six DBs on the field. If I go there, I won't have to worry about playing time."
He did say that he also liked Louisiana Tech, even though he only spent one day at Tech's camp and "didn't get to look around the campus."
"I like (Tech) also," Moran said. "It wouldn't be too far away from home."
Moran only spent three games last season at cornerback, as he spent most of the season filling in for LSU commitment Michael Ford, who broke his collarbone in the third week of the season.
While Moran is waiting on an offer from Tech, his teammate Cassetti Brown got one recently. Moran said he would like to continue playing with Brown at the next level.
"Me and Cassetti, we conversate very well on the field," Moran said. "We play on the same side of the field, while the other corner and safety are on the other side. We hear them talking to each other, but we just look at each other and know what to do. We have that bond."