Would the offer place Virginia as a de facto number one?
"I have no number one. I have been weighing my options and really don't have a number one any more."
With QB commit (Deke) and transfer into the program (Olsen), Virginia has dropped off some from when it once led for Moore.
"It is a great school academic wise, but playing time will be harder to come by now."
Academics will certainly play an integral role on Moore's decision, and he is really taking a strong approach in learning as much as possible about the academics at each of his schools.
"The deciding factor will be academics and what I decide on my major; I want to try to major in radiology or sport science. Playing time will have a little effect on my decision, but mostly it will be academics.
Virginia is great, and they graduate ninety percent of their program. Tennessee graduates a good bit and they both are great in my program
Moore knows that as a quarterback he will most likely not be called upon to lead his team into battle his first few years on campus, but he does not want an overwhelming amount of competition.
"I'm not expecting to start or play my freshman or sophomore year, but maybe by my junior year I would like to be playing."
Moore has been to all of the schools on his list so far, but has been unable to take any official visits.