Chesterfield (VA) Bird linebacker Isaiah Moore was one of a half dozen players that committed to NC State during a ten day stretch from late July to early August. Moore impressed the coaches with his talent, attitude and upside and he has remained a solid Wolfpack commitment. Although he’s made several trips to Raleigh since his commitment, Moore had a chance to take an official visit to NC State recently and that provided him the opportunity for a more in-depth look inside the program.
“The visit was great,” Moore told Pack Pride. “Airius Moore hosted me on my visit.The coaches showed me and my family a lot of love and we had a great time. I got to meet a lot of the players. I talked with a lot of the guys that are coming in and we’re all on the same page. We’re all going to come in and do what we can to take this team to the next level."
The incoming recruits had an opportunity to spend quite a bit of time with head coach Dave Doeren and his message was the same for all of the 2017 class.
“He told us he just wants us to come in with a positive attitude and understand that it’s going to be difficult. I’m not going to be a superstar right away. He just wants us to buy into the system and trust the process and everything will work out for the better.”
So what does Moore (6-3, 220 pounds) think the future holds for NC State?
“I think State is definitely headed in the right direction. I think we were just a play away this year from being 9-3 or whatever. I feel like we can be a top team and compete with the best in nation and hopefully win an ACC championship next year.”
Moore is rated a three-star prospect by Scout.com.