Four-star returns from Georgia

Is he or isn't he still a UCLA commit? That is the question that many want to know regarding four-star safety Rahim Moore (6-0, 185, 4.45) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey who took an official visit to Georgia this past weekend.
"I loved it down there in Georgia, I truly loved it," Moore said. "Everything about the city of Athens I loved. The people there were genuine," Moore said. "They knew I was from California and they showed me a lot of love."
Moore couldn't stop gushing about his time at UGA.
"I liked the coaches, the players, the campus and I even met the president of the school and I liked him too," Moore said. "I can see why the teams from the south are so successful and why the SEC is so tough.
"I loved all the trees and a lot of all the little things about Georgia," Moore said. "I loved the whole atmosphere. They take their football pretty seriously down there. It is like a religion. During the game the fans were busting my eardrums they were so loud."
So the question now is - what is his status with UCLA and UGA?
"As much as I love it in Georgia and the school, I'm still committed to UCLA," he said.
"I love Georgia. I just love UCLA more. I can't wait to get to UCLA with this incoming class. There is no reason why we can't create the same atmosphere at UCLA. Start are own legacy."
So far on the season Moore and his Dorsey teammates are 2-2. From his safety spot Moore has 40 tackles, two interceptions and two forced fumbles.
As a wide receiver, Moore has caught 12 passes for 300-plus yards and four touchdowns. He has also recorded 50-plus yards on punt returns.
Moore is adamant that Dorsey is only going to get better.
"We're not going to lose another game," Moore said. "We're going to start this Friday and win 10 straight. I've been doing good this season, but I want to become dominant,"
Moore is a two-time first-team all-city and all-league selection. He was also a first-team all-state underclass selection.
Moore racked up 100 tackles and had seven picks as a junior.
Moore was selected to the Rivals100 team for the class of 2008 landing as the nation's No. 51 prospect at any position. rank's Moore as the No. 1 safety prospect and he's a member of the California Top 100 team landing as the Golden State's No. 7 prospect at any position.