But he wants more.
"I think, probably, Clemson and South Carolina are closest [to offering]. I've been talking to Oregon," he said.
Moody, who's listed at 5-foot-11, 180 pounds, is being recruited to the college level as either a slot receiver or defensive back. He has no preference for one side of the ball over the other.
"I just want to go in and be able to play, help the team out," he said.
While participating in the Charlotte Nike Football Training Camp earlier this month, Moody suffered a broken collarbone.
"I'm coming along good with it right now. The good news is I don't have to have surgery. I should be back in a couple of more weeks," he said.
Just how soon he'll be ready to compete on the playing field is still up in the air. The injury could keep him on the sidelines when the summer camp circuit gets underway next month.
"I'm pretty sure I could do some camps, but I'm not sure if I'm going to do any," Moody said. "I'm not trying to do too much and have a freak injury."
Clemson, N.C. State, South Carolina, Kentucky and Ole Miss are potential destinations this summer.
There isn't an exact timeline for his decision.
"I'm not sure if I'm going to leave early or if I'm going to stay and play basketball my senior year," Moody said. "I'm probably going to have to decide by mid-September if I'm going to graduate early."
As a junior Moody passed for 1,500 yards and rushed for 1,400 yards. He threw 20 touchdowns and scored 29 times on the ground.