Byron Moore will start his official visit schedule this weekend at Tennessee and three other trips are in place but because more programs are getting involved the Wilmington (Calif.) Los Angeles Harbor C.C. safety could be switching things up.
"The ones I have set might get changed, I don't know yet," Moore said.
As it stands now, Moore will visit Tennessee this weekend, then go to Arizona the following weekend and then take trips to Oregon State and Washington in January. A fifth visit is also a possibility.
But LSU and Boise State have recently started to show lots more interest and Moore, a 6-foot-1, 205-pound prospect, is reconsidering his visit schedule. He said Miami, Oregon State, Washington, Tennessee, Arizona, Ohio State, LSU and Boise State are all in the running.
Arizona State recently offered but Moore doesn't see himself playing for the Sun Devils. He was supposed to visit Washington in mid-November but has rescheduled that trip for the weekend of Jan. 21.
"I'm looking at the different situations and which ones feel most comfortable," Moore said. "That's going to be the main thing on these visits is getting a feeling for each school."
LSU has recently emerged for Moore and he said the coaching staff has been in close contact and could be visiting his school this week. But until he gets out on the road - which might mean shuffling his visits around - Moore doesn't want to claim any leaders or make any commitments.
"They're all pretty much even right now until I get out and see the different schools and then I can evaluate all the places," Moore said. "I'll get a better feel for all the schools and then I can decide on which one is best."
Moore, who transferred out of USC this past summer, is rated No. 29 in the junior college top 50 of 2011 by Rivals.com.