Cali two-sport athlete gets offers for both

Brea (Calif.) Brea Olinda is home for one of the best two-sport stars in Southern California. This player is a massive recruit in both football and basketball and he will play both sports in college.
Evan Moore (6-6, 235, 4.6) brings a lot of athleticism to the table. On the football field Moore plays wide receiver for Brea Olinda. Moore could end up playing wide receiver or tight end on the Division One Level.
“Some schools are recruiting me as a tight end while others like me as a wide receiver,” Moore said.
Moore is a playmaker on the gridiron catching 24 passes for approximately 550 yards while averaging 22.9 yards per catch and nine touchdowns.
On the hardwood as a power forward, Moore is just as impressive. He averaged 22 ppg, 12.5t rpg and 2.5 blocked shots per game.
Moore was all-league in both football and basketball. He was also an all-CIF and all-county selection for his good work on the hardwood.
What sport will the talented Mr. Moore play in college?
“I’m going to play both in college,” Moore said. “Every school that is recruiting me for football is also recruiting me for basketball.”
“I will sign a football scholarship so I can play both sports as a freshman.”
The scouting report on Moore for his football ability is he has great size and athleticism. He sports incredible hands and is fearless going to the ball.
For his basketball skills, Moore has tremendous toughness under the basket and has nice outside shot. He is also very explosive going to the hoop.
Moore has top three schools and they are Stanford, UCLA and USC. All three schools have offered for both hoops and football.
“Right now I would say that Stanford is slightly in the lead,” Moore said. “Stanford has done a super job recruiting me. I hear from Stanford at least once a week, sometimes more than that.”
“The truth though I like all three teams.”