"I just got back from visit to Pitt this weekend. I had a great time," stated Moye. "I couldn't make it until Saturday because I had a basketball game on Friday. To be honest, I already taken a lot visits to Pitt. From a facilities standpoint, I've seen most of it."
"The staff did a nice job taking me around on Saturday and I did learn a few things about their academic departments. The conversations I had with the coaching staff were most important to me."
Moye was recently chosen to play in the prestigious Big 33 football classic. He was named first-team all-conference (both sides of the ball) and selected the Class A Player of the Year by the Pittsburgh-Post Gazette.
"The coaching staff told me they had big receivers and fast receivers but nobody with my size and speed. I have seen their receiving corps and I don't think they have anyone like me as well."
Moye was named to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fabulous 22, the Tribune-Review Terrific 25 and Harrisburg Patriot-News Platinum 33 team. Scout.com ranks him the 56th best wide receiver in the nation and a "four-star" prospect.
"The Pitt staff made no promises. They told me to come in ready to play and I could see playing time."
When asked if he was close to a final decision he stated, "I'm down to Pitt and Penn State and I have no favorite. They are both equal at this point in time. There are things I like about both school."
"I'm going to sit down with my mother and brother and make a decision within the next two weeks. I want to lay out the positives and negatives of both school and make a solid decision. Both are good school with good football programs. I can't go wrong either way."
Moye rushed for 1,019 yards and had 430 yards receiving. He scored 43 touchdowns during his high school career.
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