2018 three-star quarterback Jeremy Moussa Moussa stayed on the Mountain West Conference radar during the weekend of April 29 and this time – it was a California university that entered the running to land the record-breaking signal caller from Corona (Calif.) Roosevelt.
San Jose State emerged as the latest offer for the state of California’s ninth ranked quarterback according to Scout. The 6-foot-3, 190-pound Moussa said new head coach Brett Brennan awarded Moussa with the free education opportunity.
“It was a good conversation. We went straight to the point and said we would like to offer you and then from there, we talked about how a successful team always starts with a good quarterback,” Moussa told Scout.
Moussa threw for 4,008 yards, 56 touchdowns and was picked off just five times during his junior season – all while facing some of the best competition the Inland Empire region had to offer.
Moussa plays in a high-powered spread attack at Roosevelt. While he’s not entirely up to speed on what kind of offense the Spartans will install, he’s intrigued by the direction the Spartan offense wants to move in.
“I don't know too much about the system and what they are going to run since the coaching staff was just hired, but it sounds like they really want to throw the ball,” Moussa said. “Any offense that loves to throw the ball around intrigues me and this is no exception.”
Off the field, Moussa is a 4.0 student. He added that visiting SJSU is a possibility.