How important is Kyle Moore to the recruiting efforts of teams all across the country, check out what happened tonight – the first night that players can entertain coaches for in him. Moore, the nation’s No. 2 strongside defensive end and No. 39 player overall, played host to six UGA coaches and he’s changed his mind about his official visit schedule.
“At first I wasn’t going to visit Georgia since I’ve been there 100 times,” Moore said. “But after tonight, I think I’ve changed my mind. There were like six Georgia coaches that came to the house. The only one that really didn’t come was coach Richt. It was amazing. They convinced me that I needed to come up there on December 10.”
Another thing was clarified on the visit, Moore said. For some reason he thought UGA was recruiting him at defensive tackle, however, the Dawgs made it clear that they wanted him at defensive end – like almost all of the other teams on his list.
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“That helped me a lot,” he said. “I guess it was a big misunderstanding or something.”
Moore has already visited Oklahoma, USC and Tennessee. With UGA in the books for December 10 it now looks like Michigan has been bumped from the official visit schedule because Moore said he would like to go to Miami some time in January now.
“I’ll take that last visit and then decide,” he said.
Auburn and Florida State had also been mentioned previously as potential visit destinations.