Louisville to get visit from four-star DE

Welcome to the whacky world of recruiting. Warner Robins (Ga.) Houston County four-star strongside defensive end Kyle Moore had been scheduled to visit Michigan this upcoming weekend for quite some time. But that visit isn't going to happen now and has been replaced with another school.
"I'm going to visit Louisville this weekend," Moore said. "That's just how things have worked out. I have been interested in Louisville for quite some time, and I thought it would be worth going up there to check them out. I haven't heard from Michigan in a few weeks, too, so it made it an easy decision."
Moore, who is 6-foot-6 and 247 pounds, said he still does not have a leader. He has already visited Oklahoma, Tennessee and USC and is scheduled to take his last visit to Miami next weekend.

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"Coach Zook from Illinois called and tried to get me to take a visit up there," Moore said. "I thanked him, but it was not a situation that I was interested in. I have a lot of great teams to pick from, and all of the schools on my list are the best in the country.
"It's going to be a tough decision."
Moore said he doesn't know who he's going to root for in the national title game as two of his top schools are set to battle each other.
"I can see it going either way," Moore said. "I'll be watching and rooting for Larry Birdine, J.J. (Jonathan Jackson) and AD. I think they have the stuff to get it done.
"But I also know that Reggie (Bush), Lendale and my homeboy Lawrence Jackson will be ready for them."