One of the top two way prospects in the West next fall will be Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne athlete Byron Moore. Moore is getting several looks on both sides of the ball and could be on the verge of several new offers in the coming weeks.
Moore, 6-1, 200 pounds had a dominant season as a junior as both a receiver and defensive back. He racked up 86 tackles with five picks and returned two for touchdowns.
At receiver, Moore caught 41 passes from 889 yards and seven touchdowns and earned all-league and all-area for his efforts.
"Most of the schools recruiting me like me more for defensive back," Moore said. "Some schools are also saying receiver but I really want to play safety in college."
Arizona and UCLA have both already offered Moore and it sounds like a handful of schools could be close to doing the same.
"I will be attending Cal and Oregon Junior Days and they both said they will be offering me while I'm there," Moore said. "Colorado, Arizona State, and Minnesota also will be offering soon.
"I'm still getting mail from everyone and hopefully a good performance at the NIKE Camp will have a few more schools looking to offer. I'm wide open right now as far as favorites and don't have a timetable as far as when I'll make a commitment.
"I'm focusing on track right now but when I feel the time is right, I'll go ahead and make my decision. Even if I do make an early commitment somewhere, I still plan to take all my visits in the fall."