Recruiting Roundup: Ty Moore

Union Grove High School quarterback Ty Moore is starting to pop up on a lot of radars. By the time his senior year kicks off he'll surely be on a lot more.

Ty Moore Profile

As the starting quarterback for the past two seasons, Moore has helped the Wolverines to an overall record of 16-6 while throwing primarily out of the spread formation. Things are going to look a little different for the 3-star prospect in 2010, though.

"Last year we were spread out four-wide, but this year we'll be the more traditional I-backfield, establishing the run and throwing when it's convenient," Moore says. "To tell you the truth it's something I'm going to have to work on. Ever since I've been playing I've been in the spread. It's going to be an adjustment, but I think I'm going to do just fine."

Regardless of his scheme in the upcoming season, Moore is already starting to get interest from a lot of programs. So far, he's heard from Alabama, Central Florida, Middle Tennessee, Southern Mississippi, Clemson, Rutgers, Western Kentucky, Duke and Maryland. So far he's been on an unofficial visit to Alabama and currently lists them near the top of his shortlist, but the defending national champs aren't the favorite at the moment.

"Right now I would say I'm most interested in Central Florida," he says. "I just went on an official visit for Junior Day up there two weekends ago. I've been receiving a lot of mail from them also."

Moore goes on to say that he was extremely impressed by the academic presentation UCF gave during his visit. According to him, that is the top priority when selecting a school.

"Playing time is also a big factor, but right now with me just being a junior we're really trying to wait and see everything."

So far, he hasn't received any scholarship offers, but he has been invited to multiple camps and junior days. He is currently planning on accepting offers to camps at WKU, Middle Tennessee and possibly a camp at Auburn.

In addition to school camps, he's also planning to attend several quarterback camps later this year.

"Actually, I competed in a quarterback camp in Atlanta and was selected to go to Santa Barbara for the Steve Clarkson quarterback camp," Moore says. "I've also been invited to the Elite 11 camp at Alabama."

Despite the high number of schools that have already contacted him, Moore's recruitment isn't close to being done. If he shows proficiency under center in 2010, he's sure to attract some new schools running more traditional offenses.

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