Moseley Continues Edison Tradition

Fresno (Calif.) Edison linebacker Shaquille Moseley, comes from a team that has three of his teammates going to UCLA, and Moseley is another Tiger prospect to watch...

Fresno (Calif.) Edison linebacker Shaquille Moseley (6-3, 205), was one of the standout underclassmen on a senior laden team that won the CIF-Central Section title.

Moseley was overshadowed by his three UCLA-bound teammates on the defense, Tevin McDonald, Wesley Flowers and Rykeem Yates.

But when we saw Edison in October, Moseley was one of the players who stood out.

We wrote this about him: Physically, Moseley really looks the part, but he can also play. He's got good agility, plays really well in space and pursues well with good angles. He's quick too and did a great job getting in the backfield. But the best part of his game is how bad he wanted to hit people, and he had some nice sticks of Reedley. Edison may be DB High, but the last few years, they've had more guys in the front seven step up, and Moseley is one to watch in the class of 2011.

Mosely is still waiting for his first offer but a handful of schools are showing interest in him.

"There have been a couple of schools, like Miami, Oregon and UCLA," said Moseley. "Miami was my favorite school. I like Oregon a lot too because Cliff Harris is one of my good friends. And UCLA has those three guys going there."

Moseley said he's hopeful his first offer will materialize, but knows with the coaching transition at Edison, things could slow.

"I'm trying to get my highlight film together and get that out," said Moseley. "With Coach (Tim McDonald), gone, I just need to get my name out there more."

Mosely said he's got no leader in his recruitment and wants to wait out the process.

"I want to take my time and take my trips before I commit somewhere," said Moseley.

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