Cal has two tight end recruits! Ben Moos made the trip down to Berkeley and decided on National Signing Day to be a California Golden Bear!
And there it is! @bbmoose61 heading to @CalFootball! @CoachBBaldwin gets a good one! @PullmanHS pic.twitter.com/McA17li5HJ— Evan Closky (@KREMEvan) February 1, 2017
A three-star prospect according to 247Sports Composite (0.8288), the 6’3.5” 243 pound tight end is ranked as the 63rd best tight end in this class and the 17th best prospect out of the state of Washington. The Pullman (Wa.) tight end also held offers from Arizona State, Idaho, Louisville, Nevada, Syracuse and Washington State.
Here’s a look at his highlights from college!
Moos had been previously committed to the University of Utah. Moos is the son of Washington State athletic director Bill Moos, but Moos wants to be a tight end in college, and we all know Mike Leach really isn’t the biggest fan of those (the Air Raid, like the Bear Raid, focuses on big inside wide receivers that line out instead of with the line). Justin Wilcox made this a priority, and Cal has two in his first class within a matter of weeks (Gavin Reinwald being the other).
Welcome to Cal Ben! Go Bears!