UCLA commit and four-star wide receiver Antwon Moutra (6-3, 183, 4.45) from Culver City, Calif., is living up to his reputation as on one Southern California's best two-way players as he could end up earning post-season honors for his senior season performance on both sides of the football.
On the offensive side of the ball, Moutra has really come into his own as a wide receiver.
In ten games, Moutra has 54 receptions for 1,101 and 12 touchdowns. On the defensive side of the ball, Moutra has racked up 52 tackles, two pass deflections, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries. He brought one of his picks back to the house for another touchdown
Obviously Moutra has the talent to be a difference maker on either side of the ball. Does he have a preference what side he ends up playing?
"I prefer offense a little bit," Moutra said. "But it's not that bit a difference.
With all the ambiguity surrounding UCLA's head coach Karl Dorrell and his coaching staff, the obvious question to ask is what is Moutra's status with the Bruins.
"I'm solid with UCLA," Moutra said. "If there is a change at UCLA it will be a family decision what to do next.
"I'm probably going to visit Cal, Arizona and Oregon," Moutra said. "LSU is also a possibility. Though I will probably take visits, I'm still committed to UCLA.