Moore narrowing choices

Terrence Moore has had a whirlwind 18 months. After moving to Houston after Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans-native began getting noticed for his football exploits.
He began running up offers from the likes of Rice, Tulsa, Missouri, Georgia Tech and Tulane, among others, and college recruiters were begging him to stay at Spring High School.
His home pulled at his heart strings and he returned to McDonogh 35 High School in New Orleans for his senior season.
"We had a pretty good season but we lost in the second round of the playoffs," Moore said. "I had a good year and I think I'll be an all-state selection."
Moore (6-4, 300-pounds) had 15 quarterback sacks, 52 tackles and 17 tackles for loss as a senior.
Most schools have stuck with their offers and Moore hopes to visit Georgia Tech, Arizona, Oklahoma State and Missouri over the next month.
"It's a toss up right now," he said.