Broncos In The Mix For Moore

Elk Grove HS OL Steven Moore (Elk Grove, CA) just got back from an official visit to Colorado and will be in Boise this weekend to check-out Boise State. The former Arizona commit will visit Cal the following week and then start the decision making process. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his upcoming official visit to Boise State and his recruitment thus far.

Elk Grove HS OL Steven Moore (Elk Grove, CA) just got back from an official visit to Colorado and will be in Boise this weekend to check-out Boise State. The former Arizona commit will visit Cal the following week and then start the decision making process.

"Colorado was cool," he said. "I like the coaching staff, the school itself, the stadium, and the players," he added.

"Colorado is up there," he stated. "I really enjoyed it there."

"Playing time will be big. I want to play."

New Arizona Head Coach Rich Rodriguez isn't recruiting Moore at this time. So, that means his top four now consists of Boise State, Colorado, UCLA, and Cal.

"I haven't talked to Arizona in a couple weeks," said Moore. "I'm not sure what's going on with them. I just haven't talked to them in a while."

"UCLA, Boise State, Cal and Colorado," he said. "That's my top four."

Moore (6'7, 265) says he considers himself a Bronco fan and has been one since his days in middle school.

"Boise has been selling me on the fact that they're Boise," he said. "I've always liked them since so many guys from this area have played up there. They came in late, but I'm excited to go up there this weekend. Coach Strausser is also coming tomorrow (Tuesday) for a visit."

"It's going to be pretty cool to meet Coach Strausser," said Moore. "I'm really looking forward to it."

The talented O-lineman says the decision making process will start right after the visit to Cal.

"I'm going to start doing that after I go to Cal," he said. "I think I'll probably commit around a week, week and a half, after the Cal visit."

"I'm looking for a multitude of things," he said. "Winning is a big thing for me, but the environment, the coaching staff, and who I'll be playing with is big too."

Moore and his teammates tripled their win total from last year...from 4-6 to 12-1. He says he's happy with the results from his senior season.

"It's pretty good to go out 12-1," he said. "It's a great feeling. It's good for my coach as well since everyone had been getting on him the past couple years."

"I think I definitely had my best year," said Moore. "I did a lot of training before the season, got better with my left-hand stance, and was able to get off the ball much more quickly."

BroncoCountry.com will continue to have updates on Steven Moore.




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