Quarterback Miller Moss, one of the top 2021 quarterbacks in the country, leads Bishop Alemany into the 2019 season. Here’s an inside look at the 2019 Warriors.
2018 IN REVIEW
7-5, (2-3) #3 in Mission League, Division 2 quarterfinalist (lost 42-14 to Rancho Verde)
Casey Clausen is entering his second season at Alemany. He was formerly the head coach at Calabasas.
Offense – 5. Defense – 5.
TOP OFFENSIVE PLAYERS
QB Miller Moss – Jr. 6-3 200
WR Kevin Green – So.
WR Jashawn Todd Jr. 5-11 175
OL Jonathan Arellano – Sr. 6-5 285
OL Gavin Quiroz – 6’0 280
TOP DEFENSIVE PLAYERS
Junior Tuihalamaka LB – So. 6-3 230
Jaylin Smith S – Jr. 5-10 160
Corey Neal, LB – Sr. 6-1 210
Jonathan Greaves DL – Sr. 6-4 245
THREE TO SEE
QB Miller Moss
Moss started every game as a sophomore a season ago for Alemany. He threw for 2,714 yards and 19 touchdowns. The junior has had a great offseason and has narrowed his list of college choices to seven schools. Alabama, Michigan and USC have all made the cut. He did throw 14 interceptions last year. That’s an area to improve.
WR Kevin Green
Green was one of, if not the best freshman receiver in Southern California last year. He caught 77 passes for 854 yards and six TDs in his first varsity season. He made plays against Oaks Christian in 2018 which put him on the map.
Junior Tuihalamaka LB
Tuihalamaka made 68 tackles and intercepted two passes last year. Arizona State and USC have already extended scholarship offers.
Division 3 is loaded, but Alemany will be competitive and has a shot to win a few playoff rounds.
The Warriors are young, but all of that youth played significant time last season. The game to circle on the Alemany schedule comes on September 13 at home against Oaks Christian. Alemany lost last year’s game 56-14 to Oaks.
“It’s not going to be like that this year,” Moss told Scorebook Live California.