Gridiron Top 300: Emmett Mosley

 Emmett Mosley is an uncommitted 4⭐ ATH from Santa Margarita Catholic High School (CA). According to 247 Sports, Mosley is the 16th ranked recruit from the State of California and the 24th ranked ATH in the country, for the Class of 2024. He holds offers from schools such as Alabama, Georgia, USC, and Texas; among others.

The first thing that comes to mind when you turn on the Emmett Mosely film is intensity. He plays very aggressively with the ball in his hands and can force missed tackles to get upfield. He is a dynamic player with the ball in his hands and can be used in a variety of ways to create offense for the Eagles.  

He comes from a very athletic bloodline with his Father being a former Notre Dame running back and his Mother being the 1996 Hermann Trophy winner for Notre Dame soccer. His sister is also a division-1 soccer player at the University of Iowa. 

Here are some of Mosley’s responses from my interview with the 4⭐ ATH. 

Do you have any goals for the rest of 2022? 

“My goal is to win a chip.”

What is your biggest strength as a football player?

“My biggest strength is probably mental approach.”

What makes you different than every other recruit in the country? 

Iq and motor.” 

What is your proudest achievement in football?

Getting my first offer.”

What is an example of you overcoming adversity as an athlete?

Being injured my whole sophomore year.”

If you had to compare yourself to a college of a professional player, Who would it be? Why? 

Deebo Samuel, versatility.”

What is something you are looking for in a college program during your recruitment? 

How much the coaches care about the players, and development.”

What’s your favorite football memory? 

Going to Florida for nationals in middle school.”

What is something you would want college coaches to know about you? 

That I don’t care bout nothing else but ball when it come down to it.”

Who is someone you look up to off the football field? 

My Dad.”

What role do you play as a leader on the team?

“Lead by example.”