Moten open after Colorado visit

The ongoing saga of where Narbonne (Harbor City, Ca.) ATH Josh Moten will play his college ball has taken another turn. Following what Moten termed "an outstanding visit" to Colorado this past weekend he no longer considers himself a Washington commitment. Dawgman.com caught up with the talented prospect from southern California and he updated us on things including his timetable to decide...

"It was outstanding," Moten told Dawgman.com of his visit to Boulder, Co. "The players were all great and how they related to each other and the coaches just were great and it just felt like home to me."

Moten was one of the first commitments to new Husky head coach Steve Sarkisian after he was hired in December and he said he'll be deciding between both schools sometime this week.

"Basically I wouldn't say I'm a soft commit anymore," Moten said. "I'd say I'm deciding between Washington and Colorado and I should know something later this week.

"I think some of the coaches from both schools are going to stop by, but I don't have any dates on when that might happen yet, so right now I just don't know."

Moten said both Washington and Colorado have offered him the chance to play quarterback for their teams and for good reason after he posted over 4,500 yards and 50 touchdowns over the past two years while also notching 1,300 yards and 16 touchdowns on the ground in that same time span.

We'll have more from Moten later this week.

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