Boise State Standing Out For SoCal LB Clyde Moore

Corona Del Mar HS LB Clyde Moore (Newport Beach, CA) has seen his stock rise over the past couple months as more offers have started rolling in. The talented LB has an offer from Boise State and has the Broncos as a strong contender for his services.

"I'm still pretty wife open," Clyde Moore, Corona Del Mar HS said. "But I would say Boise State and Colorado are recruiting me the hardest right now," he added.

"Coach Danielson and Coach Avalos are both recruiting me," he stated. "I like both of them a lot. Obviously, Boise State has a good defense every season so they know what they're doing."

"They're a powerhouse," he said in regards to Boise State. "They beat Oklahoma in that BCS Bowl and they got up to #4 with Kellen Moore at QB. They've always had a good program."

Moore knows a quite a bit about Boise State and much of that is due to having family in the Boise area.

"My grandmother lives in Boise," said Moore. "That's another added plus for Boise State and a reason why I'm eager to get up there and check them out."

"It's funny," he said. "I actually trained with Shea McClellin last summer. To produce a guy like that on defense says a lot about their program. Their defense is aggressive and plays fast."

He went on to say that he'll commit if a school feels like home, but will likely take a few official visits this fall.

"I'll commit to a school if I really feel at home," he said. "I think I'll most likely take a couple visits."

"I'm definitely looking for a winning program," said Moore. "Academics are important too. I want to do something in business so I'm looking for a good business program."

Moore and his teammates are currently in the middle of spring ball. Corona Del Mar finished the 2016 campaign with a 12-2 record and expect to contend for a CIF Championship again in 2017.

"We made it to the CIF Championship and lost," he said. "That has definitely drive us all off-season. This is the last ride so I want to win as much as I can and be the best teammate I can be."

"We have two moore weeks of spring ball," he stated. "Overall, the goal right now is to just get bigger, faster, and stronger."

So, what does Clyde Moore (6'1, 225, 4.7) bring to the gridiron?

"Coaches like that I can lead and hit hard," he said. "I'm really aggressive too and play to the whistle," he added.

BroncoCountry.com will continue to bring you updates on Clyde Moore.


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