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Moraga headed to San Antonio

Who says Dade doesn't produce kickers?

Homestead senior kicker Julio Moraga, who connected consistently from 40 or more yards this season, has been added to the East roster of the US Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas.

Moraga joins Hialeah-Miami Lakes RB Armando Allen as the two Dade players selected to the roster thus far.
Moraga is rated the 4th best kicker in the nation by scout.com and according to their site has interest from Miami (OH).

Might not hurt Miami (FL) to take a look.


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I got to see him in person this year, he has a downright cannon.


andre we have matt bosher who was last years number one kicker in the nation. he will be a red shirt freshman in 2007. why would we offer another kicker a schollie? it would be best for moraga to go elsewhere to actually get to play as opposed to come to UM and sit behind bosher

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