USC got a big commitment on Monday from a star who could be the quarterback of the future. Miller Moss, a four-star prospect and the No. 52 overall player in the Class of 2021, chose the Trojans over several high-profile schools including Alabama, LSU and UCLA.
Moss was a star last season for Bishop Alemany High School in Mission Hills, California, throwing for 3,118 yards and 28 touchdowns. He is the fifth-ranked pro-style passer and the No. 7 player in the State of California according to the 247Sports composite.
Moss announced his commitment via a video on Twitter.
Greg Biggins, national recruiting analyst for 247Sports, compared Moss to New Orleans Saints star Drew Brees. Biggins filed this scouting report.
"A pure pocket passer with one of the quickest releases in the country," Biggins wrote. "A very cerebral quarterback with a great feel for the position. Extremely poised and never looks nervous or hurried. Has an advanced feel for throwing with timing and anticipation. Shows good arm strength and can rip throws through tight windows. Can continue to improve athletically but has good pocket mobility, can move around, buy time and keeps his eyes down the field. Changes speed and throws with touch and is very accurate down the field. Plays with toughness and will stand in the pocket and take a shot to get the ball out. Projects as an impact upper tier Power 5 starter and future mid-round NFL draft pick."
The addition of Miller is a boost to a USC recruiting class that also includes four-star pro-style signal-caller Jake Garcia, who is the No. 33 overall player in this recruiting cycle. Miller is USC's 14th commitment in the Class of 2021, which now ranks sixth in the nation and No. 1 in the Pac-12.