Three-star quarterback Josh Moten (6-0, 177, 4.6) from Harbor City (Calif.) Narbonne is certainly living up to his expectations as one of the best quarterbacks in Southern California. He has been the catalyst for a Narbonne team that is off to a fast 4-0 start.
Last game, Moten threw for 318 yards and one touchdown pass. He also rushed for touchdowns. On the season, Moten has thrown for 831 yards and seven touchdowns in four games.
On the recruiting front, San Jose State has offered Moten a scholie. Since September 1st; Arizona, Arizona State, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington and Purdue have called Moten.
"I'm happy that someone is interested in me as a football player to offer me," Moten said. "But right now my focus is my senior season, going undefeated and winning a championship."
"I will pay more attention to my recruitment after my senior season is over," Moten said. "I'm not interested in setting any visits yet because there is work to be done."
Work to be done indeed. This Friday Night, Narbonne will put its perfect 4-0 record on the line when they do battle against Orange county powerhouse, Los Alamitos, Calif., a team that also stands at 4-0.
"I just plan to take my team under my wing," Moten said. "I'm going to pass and run and do whatever I can to help my get a W."
As a junior, Moten earned all-city and all-area honors after throwing for 2,127 yards and 21 touchdowns. He also rushed for 829 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground.