Moore getting used to home

Forced from New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina, Spring (Texas) defensive lineman Terrance Moore is in a state of flux.
Does he stay or does he go back to his old classmates and home?
"I like it here, but it's not home," Moore said. "It's still up in the air. I do have LSU as one of my top college choices though. I'd like to get back to Louisiana sometime."

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The MacDonald 35 High School product landed in the Houston suburb but only played in four games last season. Spring's season was also shortened due to Hurricane Rita, which wiped out district-mate Port Arthur Memorial among others.
While he seems lost in the hurricane force winds, college recruiters have located the 6-foot-5, 275-pound defender and have him in the crosshairs.
"I've been getting a lot of mail and LSU, Texas A&M and Oklahoma State are my favorites right now," he said. "It's still a long way away, but it's been great getting some interest."
If you can play, recruiters will find you – regardless the circumstances.