He finished with five interceptions and six receiving touchdowns in 2011 and his size, speed, and play on the football field have led to scholarship offers.
"East Carolina, Ohio State, and Eastern Kentucky have offered me and Florida, Texas, UCLA, and Wake Forest has started to show interest too. All those schools that have offered me told me I could play football and run track.
Putting the pads on when he gets to college appears to be important to this 6-foot-2, 208 pound athlete out of Lithonia, Ga.
"I want to play football and run track. I have already talked to the track coach at LSU about it and he is supposed to meet with Les Miles about this soon. If football is an option I have at LSU, then I feel good about my commitment to them. I have family in New Orleans, LSU has a great track and football program, and I like them a lot."
If the Tigers choose not to give him that option, then he will look elsewhere.
"I would look at schools like Florida, Georgia, Florida State, Clemson, Texas, and any other schools that offered me," he said. "My highlight tape is going out, I have reached out to Georgia, and I know my coaches are talking to schools too. I just want to play football and run track in college."
In track, Moore competes in the 110m hurdles where his best time has been 13.69 seconds. In football, he is projected to be a strong safety.