Four-star defensive back and UCLA commit Rahim Moore (6-1, 10, 4.45) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey just returned from his outstanding performance at the US Army All-American Bowl.
"It was one of the best times I have ever had," Moore said. "It was a great way to end my high school career.
"I like meeting new people, meeting the soldiers, and the media was great," Moore said. "The media gave us an idea what we will be dealing with as a college player.
"Everything was terrific with this game," Moore said. "I have no regrets.
"I bonded with Pretty Boy Floyd (Michael Floyd)," Moore said. "I tried to tell him all the good things about UCLA, but he's really feeling Notre Dame."
"Still we hope to get together over spring break in Los Angeles and then go up to Fresno to hang around with Robert Golden," Moore said. "Then we hope to visit Floyd in his hometown. He lives close that giant mall in Minneapolis.
Moore had an outstanding week of practice and like all good players got better as the week progressed.
"I just did what my coaches at Dorsey always told me," Moore said. "That is just play football and that is what I did.
"Terrelle Pryor was a great player and hard to take down," Moore said. "That is why you wrap up against a player like that. If you don't he's going to make you look foolish.
Moore wasn't in attendance for last Saturday's shindig at UCLA with all the committed recruits who were in town, but his mom was and she enjoyed meeting new UCLA coach Rick Neuheisel.
Still Moore will be hitting the road taking his last two official visits.
"I'll be heading to North Carolina on Friday," Moore said. "Then I'll visit Arizona on January 18th and there is a chance I'll take an unofficial visit to Texas.
Moore lived up to his lofty preseason reputation as one of California's best players, by racking up 112 tackles, 10 pass deflections, six picks (two of which he returned for touchdowns), and three fumble recoveries.
As a wide receiver, Moore caught 18 passes for 350 yards and nine touchdowns. He also returned a punt for a touchdown.
Moore made the Rivals.com Rivals100 team for the class of 2008 landing as the nation's No. 71 player at any position. Rivals.com ranks Moore as the nation's No. 3 safety prospect.
Moore also made the Rivals.com California Top 100 team ranking as the Golden State's No. 7 prospect at any position.