Three-star tight end Ryan Moya (6-4, 235, 4.7) from El Dorado (Calif.) Oak Ridge will be going on his first visit this weekend. He has two other visits set and is very open on his last two.
Moya will be visiting Boise State this weekend and will be on hand when the Broncos take on SMU. His next official visit will be to UCLA on November 6th. At that time he will be in the Rose Bowl and he will see the Bruins play Washington State.
Moya has also committed an official visit to Cal but the date hasn’t been set yet. He will take an unofficial visit to Cal on October 16th when the Bears take on the Bruins.
As far as phone calls Moya the bell has rung from every Pac-10, WAC and Mountain West school. Indiana, Colorado, Duke and some Florida schools have also called.
In total there have been over 25 schools that have called since September 1st.
“I’m still very open for my last two visits,” Moya said. “I’m keeping an open mind.”
“I’m not going to jump the gun on my last two visits,” Moya said. “I want to see who comes in.”
Moya is off to a good start this season though as a team Oak Ridge is 1-2.
“We could easily be 3-0,” Moya said. “May be that’s just my competitive nature speaking but I think we could have been 3-0 with a couple of breaks.”
In his three games Moya has caught 24 passes for 246 yards and five touchdowns. He averages 10.25 yards per catch.
Moya suffered a slight shoulder separation against Sacramento (Calif.) Grant this past weekend.
To give you an indication of his tough-mindedness, he wants to play this Friday but most likely the doctor will hold him out.”
Moya is rated by Rivals.com as the nation’s number 10 tight end prospect for the class of 2005. He is also a member of the Rivals.com preseason California Top 100 team landing as the Golden State’s number 31 prospect at any position.