Raleigh (N.C.) Southeast junior linebacker Kendall Moore has received four offers so far, and all are from ACC schools. This past weekend he made a trip to SEC country to check out two other teams.
The 6-foot-1, 225-pound Moore had already visited LSU for the Tigers' game against Mississippi State earlier in the season, so it was his second trip to SEC country.
"I went to the South Carolina-Tennessee game," Moore said. "It went well. I really liked the facilities and the atmosphere of the game. It was really hyped in that stadium.
"I met Coach Johnson, the linebackers' coach, along with some of the other coaches there. They said they wanted some tape on me and that they are going to come check me out during the playoffs.
"As far as recruiting goes, I've been talking a lot to Virginia and ECU lately. I'm pretty sure they'll be my next couple of offers."
Moore has already received scholarships from Maryland, North Carolina, NC State and Wake Forest. He has helped Southeast Raleigh to a great season and they recently had one of their biggest wins in school history.
"The season is going real good," he explained. "We're 8-2 and in the driver's seat for our conference championship. We beat Garner for the first time in our school's history."