Moore solidifies pledge

Four-star UCLA Bruin commit Rahim Moore (6-1, 189, 4.4) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey has been one of the most coveted of many Bruin pledges this fall. Moore took his trips just to make sure that UCLA was the place for him and each trip he made produced hives on the Bruin faithful, because he loved each trip he took.
"I loved my visit to Arizona," Moore said. "It was right there with North Carolina.
"The living conditions are great in Tucson and the town is spread out," Moore said. "Everything at Arizona was nice and perfect.

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"If I wasn't committed to UCLA I would have committed to Arizona and be up there with my boy, Robert Golden," Moore said. "UCLA was the first school to offer and the first school to recognize my talent. That meant a lot.
"Ever since I was little I loved UCLA," Moore said. "I've been a Bruin all my life.
"I know with this incoming class we're going to do something special," Moore said. "I can't wait to get there and get started.
Now Bruin fans can relax a little more that Moore is no more on the market.
Moore is made the Rivals.com Rivals100 ranking as the nation's No. 71 prospect at any position for the class of 2008. He was also selected to the Rivals.com California Top 100 team landing as the Golden State's No. 7 prospect at any position.
Rivals.com rates Moore as the nation's fastest safety prospect and he is rated the safety with the nation's best ball skills.
Rivals.com rates Moore as the nation's fourth safety prospect in coverage skills and the nation's No. 3 rated safety overall.
It reads that the Bruins get a good one here.