"It's either Oklahoma State, Oklahoma or Tennessee," said the soft spoken Moore on Monday night. "It's really a distance thing in that Oklahoma and Oklahoma State are a lot closer to home. I like both the schools too. Tennessee has a really good offense for me and I like it a lot, but I would have to get used to being a ways from home."
Moore told us to check back with him on Sunday. He thought he might know something more then. Moore had visited both Oklahoma and Tennessee during the season, but came into Stillwater for his visit to Oklahoma State after a basketball game this weekend. The 6-0, 190-pound speedster is also a standout on the hardwood for the Eagles.
"It (the visit) was good," said Moore. "I got along good with my host Ricky (Price). Nothing really stood out. It was kind of like all the other schools."
While he is thinking, Moore will continue hooping as Tatum takes on Waskom in a district contest on Tuesday night.
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