Your UCLA Bruins have as good a chance as any school in the country to land one of the nation’s top quarterback prospects for the class of 2021, and now the countdown begins.
Four-star QB Miller Moss recently stated that he’s solid with his top four schools and he’ll be making his decision during the month of June. Speaking with Rivals.com, Moss said he’s still down to only UCLA, Alabama, LSU and USC as his top four schools and to expect a decision next month.
“I would say I’m still down to my four,” Moss said. “I’m still in contact with all of them. I would expect a decision during the month of June. Specifically, within that month I don’t know but that’s where I’m at and where I see this going.”
He’s been able to be on UCLA campus already before the coronavirus pandemic stopped in-person official visits. He’s also been able to make it to USC and to Alabama but has not been able to make it to LSU, to which he also said was disappointing.
All four schools have stayed busy with virtual meetings for Moss, though, and while UCLA may be slow on the commitment numbers of those other programs, they certainly have left a unique mark on his recruitment with their top-notch graphic design geared towards Moss.
Moss will ultimately make his decision between those four final schools soon, and we’ll continue to play the waiting game while the four programs will continue to push hard for his services.
Moss is a four-star prospect and the seventh-ranked pro-style quarterback in the class, according to Rivals. He’s the fifth-ranked quarterback on 247Sports and in their consensus rankings, seeing his national ranking rise there as well, all the way to 52nd overall.
At 6’2, 197 pounds, Moss stands tall over most at Bishop Alemany High School, just 20 minutes up the road from UCLA’s campus. One might think that that should have a solid impact on his commitment, and coincidentally, the experts at 247Sports have weighed in with their Crystal Ball predictions that Moss will indeed commit to UCLA. Tom Loy gave his prediction a ‘5’ on their scale of 1-to-10, with 10 being the firmest of beliefs.
We’ll see in due time, of course, but until then, let’s enjoy more highlights.