In a year, where the peach state is loaded with big men, both offensively and defensively, the best of the bunch is also among the nation’s elite prospects. Warner Robins (Ga.) Houston County 6-foot-7, 255 pound defensive end Kyle Moore is a physical freak.
“I have offers from Duke and Georgia Tech,” said Moore.
“I have been getting letters from a bunch of schools since I was in the ninth grade and everyone has been telling me that I would play college football, but to get that first offer was exciting. For them to send me a letter saying they were going to pay for my school, books and living expenses for four years just seemed to good to be true.”
Even though he is consistently ran away from by opposing offenses, Moore still collected 89 tackles, 21 assists, 15 sacks, numerous pressures and recovered four fumbles.
“I’m getting letters from just about every school in the nation. Georgia sends me hand written letters all the time, but so does Miami, Boston College, Georgia Tech and Maryland.”
Moore stated that he would be attending the Nike camp at Georgia Tech on May 8th as well as a mini-camp at Georgia this summer.
“I’m looking at a lot of different schools,” he said. “Leaving home is not a big deal to me so I’m open to pretty much everyone. Georgia may stand out a little bit from the others right now. Miami is up there too because I have always liked them since I was a kid.”
Moore was named first team all-middle Georgia, all-county, all-region and was named top defensive lineman on his team.
He has several teammates that are also considered to be division one prospects, most notably athlete Brandon King.
“Brandon and I have talked about trying to go somewhere together. He doesn’t know where he wants to go though. He will come up to me one day and say ‘let’s go to Georgia together’ and then the next day it is somebody different. It’s ok though because it’s still early and we are still looking at everyone.”