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In what is possibly the best recruiting for a single day in the history of the program the Bruins landed who many feel is one of the best safety prospects in the nation today when Rahim Moore (6-1, 180, 4.4) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey.
"I feel, real, real great," Moore said about his UCLA commitment. "UCLA feels like it was home.
"I feel connected to UCLA's coaches," Moore said. "They are really genuine. UCLA is the best place for me to be at."
"At UCLA we are going to have a real good defense with all the players coming in," Moore said. "We are going to have a defense with SEC speed.
"I just really like the coaching staff," Moore said. "Coach Karl Dorrell, Coach DeWayne Walker, and Coach Eric Scott are all good guys.
"You can relate to them beyond football, they care about you getting good grades and other life stuff," Moore said. "UCLA's coaches care about you on and off the field.
"I like how "Jet Ski" (Johnathan Franklin) will still be together," Moore said. "We are going to be special at UCLA."
Moore was recruited basically to play safety but he will also be also be looked at as a corner.
Though Moore is a solid commit he still wants to take some visits.
"I'm still planning on taking trips," Moore said. "I'm planning on taking all five.
"I've always wanted to see Auburn," Moore said. "Miami, Michigan and Ohio State are other possibilities.
Moore is a two-time first-team all-city and all-league selection. He was also a first-team all-state underclass selection and for good measure is a Rivals.com preseason All-American.
Moore racked up 100 tackles and had seven picks as a junior.
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