Safety wants to visit

Safety wants to visit

Safety D.J. Moffitt is starting to focus more on his recruitment. What does that mean for Arizona? What are the other schools involved? Read on for those answers and more.

Concord (Calif.) De La Salle High School is arguably the most prominent prep football program in the country. The high school has won five national high school titles and produced multiple pro bowlers.

Each year De La Salle develops multiple Division I players, and one of the better players on this years' team is 2013 safety D.J. Moffitt.

"We had a good season," Moffit said. "We won State and really played well as a team down the stretch. Everyone worked hard, so it feels good.

"I thought I played well. There were probably a few plays here or there I wish I had back, but overall things went pretty well."

Moffit is hearing from a numbers of schools, but three in particular have caught his eye.

"The schools that stand out are Arizona, Nevada and UNLV," Moffit said. "Each of those schools has good things about them. That is why the visits are going to be really important, because I want to see how the football team is on and off the field."

Moffit has not heard from each of the schools in a bit because of the dead period, but plans to get in touch with them soon.

"I haven't heard from Arizona for a little bit, so I have to get in touch with them and the other schools to get visits planned," Moffitt said. "I'm not sure if I will take all five visits. That's one of those things where I want to just go with the flow."

Moffitt wants to visit each of his finalists and believes he will know what school he wants to go to when it is over.

"I plan on visiting those three schools and weighing the advantages and concerns about each school," he said. "I'm guessing I will know, though, when I'm visiting the schools which one is the best for me.

"The good thing for me is I have some really good options to choose from."

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