Moore commits to USC

Staff writer Scott Wolf is reporting that Narbonne DB/WR Byron Moore de-committed from UCLA and now has committed to USC.

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  • Anonymous

    But why? Please don’t make me have to go to the SC blog to find out.

  • http://usc.scout.com/2/766053.html cedar_23

    to save you some work, here’s the link to the SC blog

  • sep2010

    why?

    It may have a lot to do with the fact that at UCLA he’ll have some guy nobody ever heard of throwing the ball at him, while at USC he’ll have three potential QB’s that were ranked #1 in the nation their Sr. year in HS.

  • Anonymous

    He’s a safety not a WR

  • ONLYTHETRUTH

    And it depends on what a kid wants out of a football program. Does he want to build a program or does he want to part of one already built?– Can’t go wrong either way, I guess.

  • bz

    ‘SC blog says he was unimpressed with RN’s recruiting of other players…. Looks like he lost faith in the program.

  • saxylady

    This does not sound good for UCLA recruiting. Wonder what the real reason is.

  • bob from rb

    the real reason is exposure and $$$. Why take risk when you can go to $C which has a built program. Who care about academic reputation & ethic etc as long you can get your $$$ after turning pro.

    Hopefully RN and NC can can turn UCLA around and surprise everybody. I can’t wait to see Moore regreting for switching school. Or maybe not…

  • Anonymous

    Eric Scott locked up these kids up last year,neuheisel needs to pick up the phone,Ucla’s best recruiter is coaching high school football,bruins getting it wrong again.

  • northbaybruin

    Who cares? We want players who beleive in themselves and UCLA. I would rather have players who have enough confidence in themselves to think that they could make a team great as opposed to just wanting to play on a team that other people think is great. Who knows USC may not be winning as many games by the time Pollard gets to be a Junior and Senior.

  • Sam Gilbert

    One theory is that his friendship with Morrell Presley and Randall Carroll influenced him to join them at USC.

    Finny thing is that both Presley and Carroll were shaky commits and at least Carroll was leaning towards jumping to UCLA.

    Moore leaving may have actually cost the program two five-star recruits