Moye watches his stock rise

Diboll, Texas athlete Gilbert Moye is finally back.
The talented young man has played a handful of varsity games since having to sit out a year since transferring from Jasper (Texas) High School. Now, he's back and has already put up more than 500 yards rushing and 500 yards passing for his new school.
Moye says it's a special feeling.
"It's pretty unbelievable to be out there again," Moye said. "I'm starting to relax a little bit and get back to my old self. I'm going to go all the way this Friday again. I'm getting back into it. I'm taking the hard hits and getting my feel for the game back.
"It's sure been a while since I felt like this."
Moye says that more scholarship offers continue to come. LSU, Colorado, Houston, Missouri, Nebraska, Texas A&M, and TCU were a few of the first. Now Oklahoma has offered and Moye says that he's got one favorite and a couple of schools right behind.
"I'd say LSU is still in the lead," Moye said. "They have a good program and I talk to my recruiting coach (Bradley Dale Peveto) every other day. He always is checking on me with text messages and I call him quite a bit."
"Right behind them is Missouri and Oklahoma. Both of those schools have officially offered."
There haven't been any official visits set up yet, but he's planning on three trips for sure.
"We're going to head up to Missouri, Oklahoma, and LSU," he said. "I'm supposed to set those up after the season."