May 23, 2007
Moutra wants the ball in his hands
Bruin commit Antwon Moutra (6-3, 183, 4.5) from Culver City (Calif.) is so talented that he has receivers coach Eric Scott and defensive coordinator DeWayne Walker fighting over what side of the ball he will play on in Westwood. Moutra is a talented receiver and equally as talented free safety. However, he has made it clear - he wants the ball in his hands. The future Bruin has recently received two new offers.
As a junior, Moutra earned first team all-league honors after catching 27 passes for 432 yards and nine touchdowns. He earned second team all-league honors after recording 53 tackles, five sacks and one interception. "I am mentally focused on the field," Moutra stated. "When I need to do something I get it done. I have the perfect size and speed combo at receiver and safety. I can catch the ball on 'O' and tackle on 'D'."
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