Extending scholarship offers have been South Carolina, Iowa State, Arizona State, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma.
"Right now, I'd say its down to Oklahoma and Arizona State," said Moore.
Last weekend, Moore visited Oklahoma.
"It was cool. I had a good time there talking with the coaches and with the players," said Moore.
This weekend, Moore will trek to Tempe to visit Arizona State.
Moore said he would likely be making a decision not too long after the trip to Arizona State was done.
"Oklahoma is my leader, but we'll see after Arizona State. I don't think I'll take any other trips though," said Moore.
Prepping at Derby (Kan) High, Moore didn't receive any offers out of high school, so he went the junior college route. It appears to be working out well for him.
Moore will graduate with his A.A. in December and wherever he signs, he will be there in the spring and participate in Spring Practice.
He will also have three years to play two.
In the meantime, Moore is preparing for the Zions Bank Bowl in Utah, where Butler will take on Snow College.