"They stick out the most."
What sticks out about those three to the St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) athlete?
"It's definitely the coaching staff, somewhere I can go and play and get some good playing time as a freshman, I can go in and look at the other top players, like Jadeveon Clowney, stuff like that," he said.
Moten hasn't set any official visits yet, but he plans to take several and has a few in mind.
Michigan State is also high on the list of Moten's teammate, running back Madre London. The two plan to take a visit together.
"They're really high, I have a best friend going there, he's going there, Madre London. I feel like they have good chances," Moten said.
Whether or not the Spartans truly have a chance is questionable, but getting Moten on campus for a visit would be huge. The same goes for Notre Dame. Moten's teammate, Corey Holmes, is committed to the Irish.
"He's recruiting me heavily, him, (Al Harris Jr.) is recruiting me to South Carolina, and Corey's recruiting me, that's why they're all in my top schools," Moten said.
"At the end of the day, it's my decision."
A few factors will make a difference for the 6-foot-3, 292-pound lineman when he makes his decision.
"(I want) a college town, somewhere I can go and have family close and I can have a buddy there," he said.
At this point, it looks like Moten will take all his officials before making a choice, but anything is possible. He's leaving the door open to surprise people.
"Stay tuned," joked the mystery man.
"Soon…soon as in Signing Day."