10/1000

Although D.L. Moore continues to deny a favorite school, the one thing he knows for sure is that he wants to leave the state. "Kentucky hasn't offered me and that's okay because I don't want to go there," Moore said. "I was born in Tennessee and I don't plan to stay in Kentucky when I go to school." Moore's next official visit is to Purdue for the Michigan State game on Nov. 10.

D.L. Moore (Daniel Lensey) is the 6-foot-5, 185-pound three-star wide receiver from Bowling Green, Ky., who has led his team to a 9-1 record with 10 touchdowns and over 1000 yards receiving.

"I have good hands and have height over everyone," Moore said. "I have long strides and can get to the pass quickly. I can get open when the play collapses, but want to work on my speed and breaking away."

Moore, Scout.com's the No. 98 wide receiver nationwide, denies a leader, but favors South Carolina, Colorado, Purdue and Cincinnati. All of his favorites have offered as well as Nebraska, Western Kentucky, Ohio and Eastern Kentucky.

"I want to make sure I have great chemistry with the coaches and the players," he said. "Also my parents are going to move wherever I go to college, so I want to be in a good location."

Although Moore continues to deny a favorite school, the one thing he knows for sure is that he wants to leave the state. "Kentucky hasn't offered me and that's okay because I don't want to go there," he said. "I was born in Tennessee and I don't plan to stay in Kentucky when I go to school."

Moore has taken an official visit to South Carolina on Sept. 28 when they played Mississippi State. "It was a great trip," he said. "I got to see everything about them. The players and the coaches are all really cool and laid back. I like the atmosphere there and the fans are also great. They are very loud and keep the game exciting."

He also took a trip to Colorado on Sept. 15 for the Florida State game. "I really liked the campus and the environment in Colorado is great," he said. "The student section was really loud and they all knew my name. It's just a great football school."

Moore's next official visit is to Purdue for the Michigan State game on Nov. 10. "Purdue has a great offense and is a good program," he said. "I think I'd be able to play early there, plus I've heard it's a really nice area."

Moore reports a 3.5 core GPA and will take the ACT on Dec. 8.

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