Player Spotlight: Chane Moline com had a chance to talk to the Mission Viejo star.

Our next player spotlight comes from Mission Viejo's Chane Moline.  Moline might be considered the top fullback prospect in the west coast and was also selected as one of the top 100 players by Scout. What were your official stats from last season?
Chane: 1900 yard rushing.....200+caries...40TD...and 10yards per carry average. What is your official height, weight, bench, squat, clean and 40?
Chane: 6'2"....235...bench is 315, squat is 500, clean is 275, and 40 is low 4.7. Who is currently recruiting you? Any early offers yet? As of right now who would be your top 5?
Chane: I have offers from: UCLA, USC, Washington, Ole Miss, UH,
Utah, Arizona.  My top 4 are UCLA, USC, Ole Miss and Utah What is your greatest football memory?
Chane: Greatest football memory is winning the CIF championship with both of my brothers freshman year. What are you doing to prepare for next season?
Chane: I run 4 times a week, I'm working on my speed during the off-season and lifting. What are your goals for this upcoming season?
Chane: To win another championship What is your strength as a football player?
Chane: I have good vision, I can break tackles and I have experience. What is your weakness as a football player?
Chane: I need to be faster and quicker Who are some teammates that people need to watch for?
Chane: Watch for Chris Homesley, Konrad Reuland, R.J. Toman and all of our skill position players What teammate do you really respect the most and why?
Chane: Chris and I are good friends so I would say I respect him the most because he works hard. Which program do you respect the most?
Chane: De La Salle What is the best piece of advice you have ever gotten? Who did you get it from?
Chane: Keep my feet moving at all times...Coach Bosanko. Who has been the most influential person in your life? Why?
Chane: My brothers and my dad because we would play football together for hours growing up even after football practice. Who is your favorite professional athlete?
Chane: Randy Moss. What can we expect from your team this season?
Chane: With all of our weapons we should be a pretty tough team. What are your goals as far as playing football in college?
Chane: I would like to make a name for myself in college football then hopefully go on from there. What can you bring to a college program?
Chane: I believe I have what it takes to be a running back in college, I can block, pass block, and run the ball. What is your favorite thing about the game of football?
Chane: I just love playing football, I like the physical aspect of football as well. What has been the most surprising part of the whole recruiting process? What advice would you give to athletes who get recruited in the future?
Chane: How quick all of the recruiting takes place surprised me the most.  I would tell other athletes to take it slow and enjoy it. Mission Viejo year in and year out is considered one of the elite programs in the entire country.  What does Mission Viejo do in order to stay at that elite level?

Chane: We work harder then any other program during the off-season with and without our coaches.  As players we take it upon ourselves to get better.  We also have great coaches.


The staff at would really like to thank Chane for the time and wish him the best of luck this season and in the future.  Anyone interested in contacting Chane please email me


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