"He's had a lot of interest created, but nobody that I know of has offered him a scholarship," Korhonen said in a telephone interview Wednesday.
"He's a big lad," Korhonen said of Moore. "He's a pretty good tackle."
Richards is one of the high school programs in the Midwest that college recruiters tend to flock towards and this year's spring evaluation period was not any different. Korhonen said that every Big Ten school stopped by and asked about Moore, as did most Mid-American Conference schools and a few Big 12 programs, such as Kansas and Kansas State.
"We get them from all over," Korhonen said. "But I've been there for 33 years. We've had 262 college (players) and five in the pros. We've built up a reputation, a clientele. A lot of times people stop by if they think we have somebody, even if they're not sure."