Although D.L. Moore continues to deny a favorite school, the one thing he knows for sure is that he wants to leave the state. "Kentucky hasn't offered me and that's okay because I don't want to go there," Moore said. "I was born in Tennessee and I don't plan to stay in Kentucky when I go to school." Moore's next official visit is to Purdue for the Michigan State game on Nov. 10.
November 6, 2007
Bowling Green (KY) 3-star wide receiver D.L. Moore made an official visit to South Carolina over the weekend, and the big receiver prospect came away impressed with what the Gamecocks have to offer. Where does USC stand with the elite Bluegrass State target following his time in Columbia. Read inside to find out.
September 30, 2007
When Nebraska had tall receivers like Wilson Thomas and Kenny Cheatam, it was considered quite a novelty – an option offense with receivers who seemed more at home in the SEC than they did with the then ground-pounding king of the Big Eight/Big 12. Times change and those receivers are now considered a must. It's not ironic then that the NU is going to SEC country to see if they grab some more.
May 20, 2007