Arizona in the house

There is no telling how good tight end Xavielle Moye (6-3, 218, 4.5) from Oak Grove (Calif.) Franklin is going to be. Moye has the ability to play tight end, H-back or wide receiver on the next level.
Moye made the switch to wide receiver during the last part of the season and once Franklin did they started to throw the ball more and that is where he racked up most of his receiving stats.
For the season Moye latched on to 28 receptions for 468 yards and seven touchdowns.
Pretty darn good stats when you consider that Moye blocked a lot from his tight end position early on the season.
Moye has seen his stock take an upward turn and he has set two visits.
The first visit will be to Fresno State on December 17th and his second visit will be to Utah in January but the date hasn’t been set as of yet.
The Arizona Wildcats will be in the Moye home on December 1st, the first day schools are allowed to be in a recruit’s home.
Wildcat assistant coach Tim Kish will be having dinner as a guest of the Moye’s.
Nevada and ASU are also showing interest in Moye and the word is ASU was at Moye’s game last Friday Night.
Probably the most impressive thing about Moye is his high ceiling. This young athlete has only played the game of football for two years and hasn’t even come close to reaching his potential.
Before his junior season, Moye concentrated on basketball. It is easy to say that the best of Moye as a football player is yet to come.