Louisville Trinity 2018 wide receiver Rondale Moore only played in four games last season.
But the dynamic 5-foot-8, 165-pound Moore caught nine touchdown passes in those four games and it was good enough to draw a lot of attention from some Division I schools.
Moore already holds offers from Purdue, Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois and Central Michigan and has plenty of others looking.
On Saturday, Moore had what he called a "fun" and "great" unofficial visit to the University of Louisville. He spent time chatting with some of the U of L offensive coaches at the Duke-Louisville basketball game.
Moore, who was a standout last spring at U of L's one-day camp, said he was able to "say what's up to coach P," and Bobby Petrino told him the U of L staff would be by Trinity next week to check in on him.
Moore caught 20 passes in his four games for 464 yards and nine TDs. He averaged 116 yards a game and 23.2 yards a catch. He had five catches for 137 yards and one TD in the 6-A state final victory over Lafayette.