Although he is the equivalent of the NFL Draft's "Mr. Irrelevant" of the Texas Hot 100, just being on the list is a huge honor. Lots talent goes through Texas year after year without ever getting an offer - including many players better than those from other states who receive offers.
Moore is not waiting for his first offer though. Grambling has already come in and offered the 6-foot-3, 215-pound wide receiver from Houston (Texas) Worthing. They are recruiting him as either a wide receiver or a defensive back.
The thing about Moore is his speed. Sure he is one of about a hundred players that claims a 4.3 speed. But, when you find out his track times in the 100 meters you begin to believe.
"I run a 4.3/40," Moore said. "I run a 10.3 or a 10.4 100 too. I was the fastest in the state last year and second fastest in the nation. I also ran the anchor in the 4x100 and we won that too."
Not just Grambling is noting Mr. Moore. He is claiming regular mail from Oklahoma, Iowa State, Colorado, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Wisconsin, Kansas, Illinois, TCU, Arizona State, Kansas State, Baylor, Colorado State, Houston and Nebraska.
"Nebraska came to the school and saw me," Moore said. "They said that they want me. All I have to do is take the test and get a passing score and finish my senior year strong."
Jay Norvell, Nebraska's Offensive Coordinator and Quarterback Coach, is recruiting Moore. "I remember No. 7 from Nebraska (Eric Crouch). That's who I liked. He knew what to do. They're going to open it up now and pass the ball a lot," Moore said.
When it comes to picking out a school, Moore is looking for information about his major and at the football program and facilities. He is planning on majoring in Criminal Justice.
So far Moore has taken unofficials to Grambling and to Houston. He was unaware of where he was going to take his official visits yet. He is planning on running track as well as playing football in college.
Moore carries a 2.9 or 3.0 GPA and scored a 710 on his most recent SAT attempt. "All I need is an 820," he said. "I can get that."
This story originally published on BigRedReport.com