Moore threw for over 1,300 yards as a sophomore for the Porcupines in part time duty and he will be looked to do more in Brad Turner's spread offense.
"I think I had a very good camp out there and showed good feet," he said. "Coach Burns said he was impressed with my footwork and he could see that I could throw the ball pretty far."
Although he felt he impressed the Horned Frog coaches, he felt like he may have done better at A&M's camp the day before.
"I thought A&M was a little more impressed with me, they talked to me more after the camp," he said.
Moore says since coaches can't have many discussions with him it's hard to tell where he stands with a number of schools. He just knows he's doing everything he can do to land on their radar.
"It's kind of hard because they really can't talk to me yet but they're telling me good job and that I'm getting on their radar so they can look at me next year," Moore said.