Clarksville, Texas wide receiver Gary Moore continues to add to his offer list with two more programs extending offers his way recently.
The 6-5, 215-pound standout entered the season with offers from Arkansas State and UTSA, and over the past few weeks has seen Missouri and Tulsa join the mix.
Missouri is the latest to extend an offer his way.
"They're looking at me for receiver and tight end and they're looking at me for d-line," Moore said. "I'm pretty excited about it to know I'm good at those spots."
Tulsa on the other hand is more focused on one spot.
"I got Tulsa a few weeks ago," Moore said. "They were saying receiver."
It comes as no surprise, Moore is attracting interest a few different positions. He has the size and athleticism to project to several spots on the field and he has been a standout on both sides of the ball throughout his days at Clarksville. When it comes to his future, Moore is keeping an open mind.
"I really don't care," Moore said. "I'll play whatever position they put me in."
In fact the idea of playing defense is an intriguing option for Moore.
"I wouldn't mind playing on defense. I like hitting people," Moore said.
Offers are not the only thing on his mind, Moore is also scheduled to take his first unofficial visit of the 2012 season over the weekend.
"I haven't taken any visits yet," Moore said. "I'm supposed to be taking one to TCU this weekend. I think my coach set it up for this weekend."
Moore, who grew up a fan of TCU, has been in communication with TCU assistant Trey Haverty, and is looking forward to heading out to Fort Worth this weekend as the Horned Frogs host the Texas Tech Red Raiders.