One last word on quarterback Miller Moss going to Mater Dei.
Of course, he is joining one of the two-best high school programs in Southern California. The rich get richer.
But Moss can make a case that practices at Mater Dei will make him a lot better with players like linebacker Raesjon Davis (LSU) and cornerback Jaylin Davies, who is down to Arizona State, Ohio State, Oregon and USC.
Of course that probably is not the top reason he left Alemany, but it’s at least a logical reason. All the great USC teams (from the 1960’s, 1970’s and 2000’s) talked about practice being harder than games.
As for Alemany, they still have Dylan Gebbia, the brother of Oregon State QB Tristan Gebbia. Dylan was at Alemany as a freshman, transferred to Calabasas as a sophomore and then went back to Alemany.
It’s to the point now where it feels unique for a quarterback to stay at the same school for four years.
- Former USC cornerback Jack Jones, who left school because of academic reasons, made the Dean’s List at Arizona State for the spring semester.
- I wonder if USC will have it players wear these upper and lower splash shields on helmets this season to block droplets that might spread coronavirus?