Moses visited the Ft. Worth campus on Friday with his family since he was already in town to compete in the NFTC. The future five-star had plans to visit TCU last year but was unable so the visit this time around was something he was looking forward to.
The visit left Moses impressed.
"When they showed me around campus I thought it was a very beautiful campus," he said. "I talked with the coached and everything and they were pretty cool. I liked it over there.
"Before I went there I did my research and I liked everything over there. I was supposed to go visit last year but I couldn't so I was looking pretty forward to this visit. It met all of my expectations."
Moses also got some one-on-one time with Frogs' head coach Gary Patterson while in town. The two hit it off and Moses admitted he felt at ease talking with the coach.
"Coach Patterson was pretty cool; his personality is nice," he said.
Before he left his visit, Moses was extended a scholarship by the Frogs' coaching staff. Moses has piled up offers already despite being a 2017 prospect, but he admits the TCU offer did catch him by surprise.
"It kind of did surprise me a little bit because when I went up there I just wanted to go visit the school and see what it looked like," he said. "I felt like I liked it a lot. Coach Patterson said there weren't that many students there and that's what I like."
Although Moses is an LSU commit, that hasn't stopped others from giving him extra options. With his signing day still years away, Moses is thankful for those other options to ensure him he's made the right decision.
"It's a good feeling, it shows that I'm doing something," he said of receiving new offers. "I've got enough time to go around and visit those schools and weigh my options before signing day in 2017. I have four years before I have to sign so I've got a chance to visit all of them."