Rialto (Calif.) Eisenhower senior star Idris Moss has made up his mind. Made up his mind to play in the Pac 10.
Moss has become the 13th oral commitment of the 2002 recruiting campaign for the UCLA Bruins.
“I talked with the coaches last night,” Moss explained late Wednesday night. “UCLA’s close to home. They’re competitive every year. The coaches are great. There are a lot of reasons why I picked UCLA.”
Moss said the Bruins have talked about using him on both sides of scrimmage. In high school, Moss splits time between quarterback and cornerback, where he’s already made two interceptions this season.
Rivals100.com rates moss as a four-star athlete.
The 6-foot, 180-pounder with 4.48-second 40-yard dash speed, accepted the UCLA scholarship offer over offers from Arizona State, Washington and Wisconsin.
There’s another reason why Moss also said he finally decided on UCLA.
“I wanted to be part of a great recruiting class and it looks like that’s what UCLA is building. I want to be a part of something special.”