Add another offer to the mix for cornerback Josh Moore who was previously only holding one SEC team's scholarship but that's not the only anymore.
The Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely defender is rated as the No. 97 player in the state of Florida and is watching his stock shoot up the charts. Auburn has now joined the mix with an offer and it appears his camp trips have paid off.
"Those are the only two I've got right now," Moore said. "The Florida one came, actually, before their camp and then Auburn came earlier last month around July 4."
His favorite now has changed a bit. Though he favored the Seminoles early on, the Gator offer has his attention.
"Yeah Florida is at the top," Moore said. "I looked at their roster and I really like what I see there and my chances of stepping up early. The coaches have been really great too."
At 5-foot-10, 166 pounds, Moore brings athleticism and speed to the defensive backfield of whatever he team he chooses to bring them to.
However, one team that he has always been considering but would like to hear more from is Florida State.
"I went to their camp and the coaches said I did real well in the 40-yard dash and also in the one-on-one drills," Moore said. "I haven't been offered, but that's a team I really like."
Many would think that the location of Moore gives Florida an edge that few teams can compete with, but he disagrees.
"It's kind of advantage, but I really like Auburn because of their academics and how they fit me," he said. "I really want to major in criminal justice so that's something I've looked in to at Auburn and have found some good stuff."