It hasn't been the easiest thing for Pompano Beach (Fla.) Ely cornerback Josh Moore considering he hasn't played football in weeks due to the hurricane that battered the state of Florida. However, the three-star rated player is ready to get back to normal and get things started.
With verbal offers from top schools like Auburn, Florida, and LSU, Moore is expecting some of those to turn into written ones. However, he has no shortage of written scholarships either. Akron and Louisiana Lafayette are two of the bigger schools that have joined that list. He is very interested in the northern team.
"I mean my leading school is still Florida State," Moore said. "But, I really do like Akron. The coaches there have been good to me and I enjoy talking with him. You can just tell how interested they are in me right now."
However, right now he just wants to be playing again. Then, he'll work around visits.
"First of all, the power was out so that kind of kept us from doing much else," Moore said. "It's on now, but I have no idea when we'll be playing again. There wasn't any damage though, so that is good."
"After we get all this settled, I'll be making my visits in the next month. I know I want to take a trip to Florida State. I already took an unofficial visit to Florida, so I don't need to go there again."
Moore, the No. 47 rated cornerback in the country, says that his decision will come in January.