David Moffitt's senior season is finished and now the Concord (Calif.) De La Salle outside linebacker will focus more on recruiting.
Arizona and Nevada stand out most in his recruitment and Colorado is right there but the 6-foot-2, 205-pound three-star prospect said Saturday night after De La Salle defeated Corona Centennial in the state bowl championship that visits will be crucial.
Those will be coming up after the holidays and then Moffitt should be ready to make his decision.
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"Right now I'm leaning toward Arizona and Nevada," Moffitt said. "Colorado is close behind. Now that the season is over I'm going to start taking my official visits and then wind it down to the end to see where I want to go.
"Most of my visits are being discussed in January. That's probably when I'm going to do it. I might take some unofficial visits now, too."
Other programs are still recruiting Moffitt, who finished with 61 tackles and two interceptions in his senior season, but Arizona, Nevada and Colorado have really become the schools he's seriously focusing on moving forward.
There is no frontrunner since the trips are the important aspect to Moffitt so he can make the best decision possible.
In the coming weeks, the De La Salle standout could be ready to commit.
"Those three are the main schools and then I'll decide on my visits," Moffitt said. "I want to see the facilities, the coaching and the player environment so they're going to play a big part in my decision."