Even though junior linebacker Kwontie Moore of Norfolk (Va.) Norfolk Christian School plays in an area known to produce college level talent, he has still managed to make a name for himself. Now with his season complete, he has begun to turn his full attention to his hectic recruitment.
"Recruiting is going good," said Moore. "I'm planning on making as many visits as I can."
Currently holding offers from Virginia Tech, Virginia, North Carolina and Old Dominion, Moore was able to attend games this fall at UNC, Virginia and N.C. State.
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"Those visits were great," said Moore. "They were lots of fun and were exciting."
While he may hold four offers at this time, schools from coast to coast are hoping to grab his attention.
"LSU, Clemson, Tennessee, Stanford, Florida, Georgia, Arkansas, Cal, Norte Dame and Oregon are the ones I remember right now," said Moore.
Up next for Moore are a few possible visits.
"I'd like to take as many as I can, but probably LSU, Arkansas, Alabama, Tennessee and some more in the south," said Moore.
At Norfolk Christian School this fall, Moore dominated both sides of the ball.
"We ended at 11-1 and won a state championship," said Moore. "I think it was definitely my best year. I led my team and we had never won states in my school so that was exciting."
At linebacker, Moore finished with 153 tackles, while on offense he had approximately 1,600 yards rushing, 400 yards receiving and 25 touchdowns.