Rising quarterback Luke Moga sets more visits
One of the most coveted quarterback prospects in the West has a busy plan for next month.
Luke MogaThree-star prospect from Phoenix, Arizona, Sunnyslope, is set to visit five campuses in the coming weeks before deciding where he will make his official visits this summer and then eventually making his long-awaited college decision.
“I’m going to watch BYU practice on Wednesday,” Moga told 247Sports. “We’re heading to Miami on March 25, Oklahoma on April 6, TCU on April 7, and then Oregon on April 22. I am very excited about these visits. At the moment, these are my last visits in front of officials.”
Moga is ranked 33rd by the nation’s quarterbacks and 13th among Arizona state prospects in the class of 2024 according to the industry’s 247Sports Composite rankings. He’s already been on several trips this year and continues to gather information on programs ahead of the spring evaluation period, which is sure to be active as coaches from across the country flock to the Grand Canyon State to get up close and personal with the rising prospect.
A terrific athlete with a tested time under 11.00 per 100 meters, Moga is completing the highs and lows of a junior season in which he completed less than 50 percent of his pass attempts but still showed many advantages as evidenced by his 2,258 passing yards, TD-INT ratio of 26 to 7 and nearly nine yards to carry. He may have progressed further as a runner than a passer heading into the spring, demonstrating the ability to turn corners to get around defenders and quickness to haul the ball on zone-reading plays to score a hard yard.
To this point, over 20 schools have offered a 6’2″ tall, 190 lb. signaling device. On Monday, Moga made a stop in California to check out the Golden Bears’ first soft practice at Berkeley.
“I had a great time with the coach Jake SpavitalMoga said. “He’s showing me what he’s done with Kyler Murray, Johnny Manzil, Will Greer, Geno Smith With Lake Austinwas legal.”
Stay tuned to 247Sports for the latest news, information and analysis as potential players in all classes continue to choose their top contenders throughout the off-season.