Moore waiting on OU, LSU

One final camp for cornerback/athlete LaRon Moore and now he's hoping to see an offer come his way afterwards.
The three-star rated defensive back took in the LSU camp and now is staying in contact with the school in hopes that an offer comes. After a conversation today with coach Josh Henson, the Tigers look like they'll be the next scholarship on his list which would change things up significantly.
"I just got done with speaking with them and they were talking about the offer," Moore said. "They said I did so well at both positions (wide receiver/cornerback) that they're not sure which way to offer me."

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"I should know by tomorrow. If they do offer, they'll be at the top."
Oklahoma is also being heavily considered right now and the Sooner coaches just wanted to make sure they see him in a game situation, at one position, before offering.
"Coach Bob Stoops at OU wanted the assistant coaches to be position-specific on their offers," Moore said. "OU wants to see film of me at both positions because I showed good stuff at both spots during their camp. They would offer me as an athlete, but they want to have a position in mind for me even then."
The 5-foot-9, 179-pound Moore has also been on the phone with several coaches at schools getting dates set up for official visits.
"I'm working on Notre Dame and Stanford right now," Moore said. "If LSU offers, then they'll be one as well. I should have the dates set up within the next few weeks."
There was a lull in the attention when the coaches couldn't call, but with the mail and text messaging Moore feels the attention getting hectic again.
"I was kind of happy it slowed down there for a while," he said. "Now, the reporters are calling and they asked if I had made my decision because of some rumor. That and the text messaging is really been busy lately."
"I'm enjoying it though, even though it's full of attention."
Moore is the No. 5 rated overall prospect in Oklahoma.