"The UCLA coaches said they liked what I did, they liked my feet and athleticism, so they offered me," said Moore. "It's pretty cool. I thought I did maybe a seven or eight out of ten and could have done better in the 1-on-1's. But I still thought I did well."
Moore had camped at Fresno State as well this month and they offered the day before the Bruins did.
"I honestly like all of the schools that have offered. I want to keep all of my options open," said Moore. "But I mean, with Arizona and UCLA, it's the Pac-12."
Moore measured 6-6, 265, at UCLA and said he wants to stay at the weight during his senior year.
"I want to put on more muscle, stay lean and athletic, and still be able to get out in the open field," said Moore.
Moore said he'll likely take all of his visits.
"I want to wait until my season and take all five trips and then decide after," said Moore. "The visits will be a big part of it."
Academically, Moore has a 3.2 and scored a 1280 on the SAT.