The 6-foot-5, 310-pounder was on TCU’s campus a couple of weeks ago to participate in the Frogs’ last linemen mini-camp of the summer. Working out at both offensive and defensive tackle, Moore was one of the most impressive prospects from over the 100-plus in attendance. With his size, Moore was definitely hard to miss throughout the three-hour camp.
Moore received a lot of positive feedback from the coaching staff.
“I learned a lot of new things,” he said. “They told me to keep positive and to keep doing what I’m doing. Mainly they just told me to maintain my grades.”
With great size and strength, Moore used those attributes to his advantage on both sides of the ball. He did admit that he felt he performed better on one side of the ball.
“I’d say offense; I learned a lot of new things that I didn’t know,” Moore said. “I think I did better on offense.”
In addition to TCU, Moore is getting interest from a few others schools in the Big 12. Although he hasn’t received an offer to date, he knows he’s firmly on those programs’ radar.
“A lot of coaches have sent me invitations to camps and stuff,” he said. “It’s mainly Oklahoma State, TCU and Tulsa at the moment. Kansas State also sends letters. They’ve just talked to me about camps and to stay positive about my game.”
The visit to TCU was the first for Moore and so far he likes everything he sees in the program.
“TCU is a really good college; I really like it,” he said. “I’ve watched them in person playing against top-notch teams. I like the way they play and Coach Patterson is amazing.”