Culver City (Calif.) wide out Antwon Moutra took an official visit to Cal this past weekend. The UCLA commit will take one more visit next weekend before ending the process for good.
Moutra, 6-3, 180 pounds had a big senior season and is one of the elite two way performers in the region. He starred at both receiver and safety and could play on either side of the ball in college.
Moutra committed back in the summer to UCLA but always planned to take some visits. He tripped to Oregon in November, Arizona and UCLA in December and was in Berkeley this past weekend.
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"I enjoyed it a lot," Moutra said. "I like the campus a lot and in a lot of ways, it kind of reminded me of UCLA. They're doing some renovations right now so I know it's going to look even better.
"The football facilities are real nice but to be honest, everywhere you go, that all kind of looks the same to me. I like the area a lot and felt very comfortable in Berkeley. It's a laid back place and everyone was real friendly. I didn't see a lot of the students since they're still on break but I still had a good time.
"Coach Daft, who used to coach the quarterback is real cool and I got to meet Coach Tedford, his wife and the rest of his family. They told me they're losing a lot of receivers so I could compete for playing time there right away.
"Like I said, the trip was cool but I'm still solid with UCLA. I met with Coach Neuheisal last week and he's real cool. I like it down there a lot and I'm excited about the direction the program is going. I'm going to take my last visit to Washington State next week and that will be it for me.
"Arizona, Cal and UCLA have talked to me about coming in for home visits in the next week but I haven't set up anything yet. This whole process has been a lot of fun and I've enjoyed it. When I committed to UCLA, I never saw any other schools so I'm glad I was able to do my visits and is has really kind of enforced how much I like UCLA so that has been cool."