“I’m just showing what I am capable of,” said Moore, who finished his junior campaign with 50 catches for 1,057 yards and 17 touchdowns. “The Ole Miss coaches really loved me, and they offered after the camp. Auburn hasn’t offered yet, but there’s nothing I can do about that. I just have to keep my focus on the schools that are recruiting me hard.”
One of those schools is LSU, who began recruiting Moore as an athlete.
“The coaches offered in May, and they told me right away that they liked me on both sides of the ball,” said Moore, who recorded four interceptions and returned four punts for touchdowns last fall. “I guess I’ll work out at both when I come for my visit. I like receiver, though.”
Moore is set to camp in Baton Rouge on July 17 and 18, a trip that will mark his first college visit to LSU.
“I’m going to get in that Friday,” he said. “It should be fun. I’m looking at everyone equally right now, but LSU definitely has some perks. One thing I really like about LSU is that they are a big-time SEC school. They also put tons of receivers into the NFL. Those are the sorts of things I look at.”
“I’m just going to take a couple more visits, look at everyone and then decide,” he said. “Nobody’s really on top right now.”