USC offers SoCal safety

It is still February and safety Rahim Moore (6-2, 190, 4.45) from Los Angeles (Calif.) Dorsey has seen his list of bona fide offers rise to six. The talented defensive back appears to be one of those rare players who will be able to name their ticket when it comes to selecting a D-I university to continue his education and play football.
"I just received an offer from USC," Moore said. "It feels great to get an offer from USC, but I'm still very open and looking at my options.
"It's getting closer and closer to where I'll be going to college," Moore said. "I'm going to be the first one in my family to go to college and I feel really blessed.
"I've got a busy Saturday planned," Moore said. "I'm going to the junior day and then I will head USC for their junior day."
"I now have six offers from Washington, Washington State, Oregon, Nebraska, USC and UCLA," Moore said. "I'm not going to be an early commit because I want to take all five of my official visits. This is a once in a lifetime thing for me and I want to take it all in.'
"I will probably make up my mind after the holidays."
Is there any schools the talented Moore would like to hear from?
"I would like to hear from more from Auburn, Michigan, Miami and Texas," Moore said. "I don't think Auburn comes out here much, though."
As a junior, Moore racked up 122 tackles, seven interceptions (three returned for touchdowns), and six forced fumbles. He also had one receiving touchdown for 50 yards.
Moore is a two-time first-team all-city and all-league selection. He was also a first-team all-state underclass selection and for good measure is a preseason All-American.