Dominguez DB is one to watch

One thing you can count on from Compton (Calif.) Dominguez is athletes, especially from the defensive back position. Dominguez has outstanding talent at all four starting positions in the secondary.
Another one from Dominguez who has a chance to get to the D-I level is safety/cornerback Malachi Moore (5-10, 185, 4.5).
Moore is two-sport athlete who is getting recruited for his skills on the gridiron and for the baseball diamond.
For his skills as a football player Moore is getting recruiting looks from San Diego State, Air Force, Washington, Oregon State and Cal.
From Moore's defensive back position he accounted for seven batted passes, two interceptions, one fumble recovery and one sack.
The scouting report on Moore for his football skills is he has great field awareness and is very adept at reaching and getting to the football. He is also very physical, aggressive and can hit.
One thing you like about Moore is his versatility. He may be able to play corner on the D-I level enhancing his recruitment.
For his talents on the diamond, Moore earned first-team all-league and all-CIF honors after hitting .373, stealing 22 bases and hitting one homerun as a shortstop and second baseman.
Washington and San Diego State are looking at him for his baseball ability.
What is Moore looking for in a college?
"I would like to attend a school that would allow me to play both football and baseball," Moore said. "The school's location will also be important ."
"I would like to be kind of close to home, but not too close," Moore said. "I would like the school to be driving distance from home.
"Academics will also be a major consideration," Moore said. "After all, the reason I'm going to college is to get a good education."
Moore has recently received text messages from Air Force, San Diego State and Cal.
Like many Dominguez players a good senior season will put him on the recruiting map even further.
Moore was considered one of the best defensive backs at a recent combine held in the World Famous Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif.