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Mozes

Mooney

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Wide Receiver
Height 6'1"
Weight 175
Year First Year
Hometown La Jolla, Calif.
High School The Bishop's School
Major Enrolled at Columbia College
Experience High School
School: CC
Birthdate February 19, 1999

Bio

HIGH SCHOOL

 

A 2018 graduate of The Bishop’s School in La Jolla, Calif., where he played four seasons of varsity football for Head Coach Joel Allen … Two-time All-CIF First Team All-State selection (2016 and 2017) and Second Team All-CIF as a sophomore in 2015 … Earned Cal-Hi Small School First Team All-State in 2017 … Named the 2017 Coastal League Player of the Year … Four-time All-Coastal League First Team selection … Named team captain as a senior … In four-year, 50-game varsity career, caught 276 passes for 3,954 yards and 66 touchdowns (79.1 yards per game average and 14.3 average per catch) as a wide receiver, rushed for 325 yards on 62 carries and six touchdowns and completed 73 of 125 passes for 1,144 yards and 13 touchdowns as a quarterback and also finished with 137 total tackles (83 solo) and 18 interceptions (346 return yards) on defense … Set receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdown career records for San Diego County … Also scored 79 career touchdowns and 499 total points and 5,411 all-purpose yards (3,954 receiving, 338 on kickoffs, 448 on punts, 346 on interceptions and 325 rushing) in career … As a senior, caught 79 passes for 1,157 yards with 20 touchdowns (averaged 115.7 yards receiving per game), totaled 1,605 all-purpose yards, scored 148 points (22 touchdowns, 16 conversions) and made 28 tackles (22 solo) and intercepted two passes on defense … In one game vs. Monte Vista, caught five passes, all for touchdowns for 126 yards and returned a kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown … Led the Knights to the Coastal League championships during senior season … Named a finalist for the Silver Pigskin Award where he was micced up for a game … Made 69 receptions for 1,081 yards and 17 receiving touchdowns (25 total TDs) as a junior … Led the Knights to CIF Division 3 Championship and Coast League Championship as a junior … Made 60 catches for 899 yards and 15 receiving touchdowns as a sophomore … Caught 14 passes for 210 yards and four touchdowns and intercepted a pass during a game as a sophomore … Saw action as a freshman helping to lead the Knights to a CIF Division 4 Championship and Coastal League title … Caught 68 passes for 817 yards and 14 TDs as a freshman … Rated a two-star recruit by 247sports.com … Ranked the No. 20 recruit in the Ivy League by HeroSports … Also played basketball and competed in track and field … Played point guard and shooting guard in basketball … Two-year track and field team captain … In two seasons of track and field, competed in the 100-meters, 200-meters, 400-meters, the 4x400-meter relay and high jump … Active in the community as he coached football for both 760 elite athletes and Legacy 7v7 clubs and also assisted with middle school basketball coaching.

 

PERSONAL

 

Born Mozes Antone Mooney on February 19, 1999 in Fort Hood, Texas … Son of Anthony and Cecilia Mooney … Has four brothers and sisters: Myan, Cienna, Chevezz and Zion … Father played basketball at Arizona State … Stepbrother Dillon Baxter played football at Southern California … Played at same high school as current Columbia players Justin Woodley, who he lists as his best friend and Chris Alleyne … Loves playing football because playing football is fun for him and he loves competing and winning with a group of guys he cares about … Hobbies and interests include cutting hair, customizing shoes and Minecraft … Role model is his father because of his unselfishness … Loves watching Gordon Ramsey … Nickname is MoMo … Favorite class and subject is History/US Social History … Chose Columbia because he values and education above anything else and he knows the school will challenge him and put him in situations to expand who he is as a person … Also mentioned that he loved the football program and coaching staff and that he felt like he was around family … Chose Columbia over offers from Boston College, Hawaii, Army West Point, Navy, Duquesne, Montana State, New Mexico, Northern Arizona, Dartmouth, Harvard, Penn, San Jose State, San Diego, UC Davis, Yale, Azusa Pacific and also recruited by Arizona, Arizona State, California, Colorado State, Utah State, Washington … Enrolled at Columbia College.

 

ARTICLES

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mMnuMgKCh0

https://scout.com/college/football/recruiting/Article/WR-Mooney-Gets-On-the-Map-74921900

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fitByEcpqnI&index=15&list=PL9YsBu3IXTjb7GCawmuONr4g6y4mWqtCC

 

 

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