Clarksville, Texas receiver Gary Moore picked up an offer from Missouri in October and now says he has added another BCS offer this time from the Big 12.
"TCU offered about four weeks ago," Moore said.
The 6-5, 215-pound standout has been in communication with TCU assistant coach Trey Haverty, and the Horned Frogs have left an impression.
"TCU and Tulsa are my top two," Moore said.
Both schools at the top of Moore's list have plenty to offer on and off the field.
"TCU, my brother he likes that school and I think that's a good school for me," Moore said. "Plus, I can play about 30 or 45 minutes from him. I want to be close to my family. Tulsa, my principal went there and he told me the classrooms are kind of small where you can get your work in."
Moore does not have any official visits scheduled but he does have a few in mind.
"I'm going to take my (TCU) official visit probably in two weeks," Moore said. "I'll probably take one to Tulsa but I don't know when that's going to be."
Overall the recruiting process is going well for Moore, who also reports offers from Arkansas State and UTSA. However, until recently his focus has been on the football field. After falling to Corsicana Mildred in the second round of the playoffs he began to turn more of his attention towards basketball. It was not easy to see football season go, but his future opportunities did make it easier to let go.
"It hurt me, but some guys don't have any college scholarships," Moore said. "So they may not get to play anymore games, and I know I can play another football game and I'm excited."