Byron Moore returns from Notre Dame

When word broke that USC four-star safety commit, Byron Moore (6-1, 188, 4.5) from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne was headed to visit the dreaded Notre Dame Fighting Irish there was much consternation and pause for the Trojan faithful. Moore returned from Notre Dame and let know exactly how it went.
"Notre Dame was cool," Moore said. "I liked everything about it."
"The coaching staff and the players were cool," Moore said. "They are very bonded and like a family."
"Notre Dame is a very good program," Moore said. "I know they are kind of down right now, but they are going in the right direction."
"I'm still 100 percent USC," Moore said. "USC is a great program and it is close to home."
"USC has a great tradition and I like everything about USC," Moore said. "I'm not taking any other visits that I know of at this time."
Moore and his Narbonne teammates beat their league rival Los Angeles (Calif.) Washington in the opening round of the playoffs, 28-9 and the future Trojan was a catalyst in his team's victory by picking off two passes that led directly to two touchdowns.
Narbonne will face another tough challenge this Wednesday Evening when they take on the defending two-time city champs, Lake Balboa (Calif.) Birmingham at Narbonne.
Moore was selected to the Rivals100 for the class of 2009 landing as the nation's No. 97 prospect at any position. He also earned a spot on the California Preseason Top 100 and named the Golden State's No. 22 prospect at any position.