Moses, a 6-foot-7, 347-pound offensive lineman from Richmond (Va.) Meadowbrook, was hosted by Mike Dykes, a red-shirt freshman offensive lineman.
"He introduced me to other players and showed me around the campus," Moses said. "I felt I fit in real well."
For much of Moses' stay, UNC commitment Bryn Renner was close by. The two had become friends through the recruiting process and played in the Hawaii All-Star Football Classic together. Renner was a major reason Moses decided to officially visit UNC, and provided Moses a ride to Chapel Hill.
"It was fun having [Bryn] there," Moses said. "If I had questions I could always ask him."
On Saturday, Moses met one-on-one with Sam Pittman, UNC's offensive line coach.
"He talked about plays and he showed me some things," Moses said.
Pittman told Moses that he projects him as a left tackle.
Moses capped his official visit with a meeting with Butch Davis.
"He talked about the school and playing time," Moses said. "He thinks I can come in and play early."
Although he readily admits he "had a good time," Moses is reluctant to name a leader or any favorites.
"I like [UNC] a lot," Moses said. "It's definitely a school I'm highly considering."
Moses, who has already taken an official trip to West Virginia, is scheduled to officially visit Alabama next weekend. Moses says he isn't sure what other schools he'll officially visit.
Moses, who has received over 40 scholarship offers, says he'll announce his collegiate decision on Signing Day.