Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne three-star Josh Moten is one of the nation's top dual-threat quarterbacks. As a junior, the 6-foot, 177-pounder threw for 2,127 yards and rushed for 829 yards. He's been doing plenty of damage this summer, too.
"I hit a few camps like Arizona's Junior Day and then Nevada's camp," Moten said.
"I did really well at both places. Both the coaches from Arizona and Nevada said I'm definitely high on their recruiting board. They just need to wait and see how things play out and get back to me.
"We also won the Beverly Hills 7-on-7 tournament and then this past Saturday we were runners up in a tournament down at Redondo Beach. We lost to Santa Monica. I think overall I've had a great summer and really have improved my game."
Moten feels the 7-on-7 competition has got him ready for his senior season.
"The reps really help," Moten said. "The more you do, the more accustomed you are to everything. You know your assignments, you know where your guys are going to be. It's like second nature. It also helps us be more disciplined. We start the season off against Inglewood. I think we're going to be a good team overall.
"The linemen are getting their stuff together. We're going to be working with a whole new group of guys up there, but they'll do just fine."
Moten said San Jose State remains the only school to offer him an oral scholarship offer. He's yet to receive the offer in writing, but he expects it soon. Oregon and other Pac 10 schools have also been in contact with him.