Oregon soccer trending with the nation’s quantity 3, DE Cyrus Moss after visiting
Oregon Football was a big target on the opening weekend of the 2022 class on June 4th when Bishop Gorman’s Cyrus Moss was in Eugene to attend one of his finest schools.
Moss is the third largest defensive end of 247Sports in the nation and the recruiting service also lists him as number 26 in the 2022 class. There has been a lot of talk about him liking the Ducks and vice versa, and the trend has continued in Oregon’s favor since last weekend.
According to the latest crystal ball forecast from 247Sports, Steve Wiltfong likes the Ducks’ chances at Moss after his official visit. He must have heard something remarkable when he makes a prediction because he doesn’t just toss it around. He put one on for Robby Snelling earlier this week and now one for Moss.
Oregon looks great in the 2022 class.
The Ducks will be looking for a replacement for Kayvon Thibodeaux, who is likely to be a first-round draft pick in 2022 and possibly even number 1 overall.
Mario Cristobal is in the five-star defensive end JT Tuimoloau who has yet to make a decision, but he’s a member of the 2021 class and could help out right away, but even if he chooses Oregon the head coach would love to add insurance in the form of Moss.
Moss could be “that guy” for Oregon Football
Just as Thibodeaux is “that guy” on Oregon’s defense, Moss could be the next to follow in those footsteps as the dominant edge rusher on this line.
The 6-6, 220-pounder from Nevada plays for one of the best high school football programs in the nation and has made some impressive comparisons with Anthony Barr of Blair Angulo of 247Sports. He too used a crystal ball for Moss to Oregon.
If everything goes as planned after his visits to Notre Dame and the state of Arizona, Moss will be Oregon’s top-ranked mission for 2022. But that’s a big if.