"Even though it was an unofficial visit, I spent two whole days there and had a great time," Moore said. "Tempe is a great city, a real cool college town for sure. Saturday was game day and then on Sunday, I did the campus tour and spent more time with the coaches.
"They looked real good, their defense was solid and I liked how their defensive backs play. I know Washington State isn't very good but ASU still stepped up and made the plays. They do a lot of different things with their corners and mix their coverage's up really well. They played mostly man, which I like, but they play some zone as well."
As for the campus, Moore said he enjoyed that aspect of the visit as well.
"They have a real nice campus," Moore said. "I liked it a lot and the football facilities are great. They're building a lot of new stuff there as well and it sounds like it's going to look great once it's finished up. The whole visit was very impressive and I'm going to give ASU a hard look for sure.
"Right now, I think I'm getting closer to making my decision but I just need a little more time. I like Oregon State, Notre Dame, California and UCLA as well as ASU so I'm just going to sit back and try and figure out where the best school for me is."
The Beavers have been recruiting Moore the hardest for the past few months and appear to have the best shot at landing the talented corner at this time.