Warner Robins (Ga.) Houston County four-star strongside defensive end Kyle Moore has been a busy man the past few days. Along with studying, dodging ladies and everything else that goes with being a teenage football star, Moore has played host to two of the most popular head coaches in college football.
"Coach (Larry) Coker was here on Monday and coach (Bob) Stoops just left," Moore, the nation's No. 2 defensive end, said.
"Things went really good with coach Stoops tonight. He was here with coach (Bobby) Jack Wright. We talked about players leaving this year, we talked about the future if I were to come there and what I would be going through.
"I talked to him about how I would come in the summer and work out and be part of the team early. Coach Coker and I talked pretty much about the same thing. He talked to me about where I would fit in."
Moore, though, isn't sure where that quite is yet. However, he's continued to zero in his focus on a select group of about six teams. Moore has already visited Oklahoma, USC and Tennessee. He's now scheduled to visit Michigan on January 7 and Miami on January 14.
And what about all that talk that Georgia was out of the picture? Moore laughs when he remembers the story that was reported last week.
"I actually have six more Georgia coaches coming here tomorrow night," Moore said with a laugh. "For a team that's supposed to be out of it, I sure like talking to them."
Moore said he has no time table at all for a final decision, but he knows what he'll use to make that decision.
"I'm just going to weight the pros and cons of each school," he said. "Get the dislikes and the things that I saw that impressed me in front of me and think it through."