Here’s a look at the top junior safety prospects entering the 2010 season:

1. Rahim Moore, UCLA (Free Safety) – Can you say elite ball skills? Moore’s ten interceptions in 2009 led the nation and earned the Los Angeles native numerous All-American honors. With 25 starts at free safety in his first two seasons in Westwood, the 20 year old has already gained valuable playing experience. Moore has impressive speed and the instincts to pick apart the opposition’s passing game. He reads the quarterback, takes the proper angle to the ball and finishes the play more often than not. The Bruin has superb timing and the soft hands of a wide receiver. More than just a naturally gifted athlete, the safety has a passion for the game and the drive to be as good as he can be. While Moore also mixed in three tackles for loss

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