Q&A: La Mirada coach Mike Moschetti 

June, 6, 2013
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Mike Moschetti led La Mirada High School in southern California to a state title back in 1992. Today, the former Colorado starting quarterback is now the head coach at his alma mater and has turned the school -- located 20 miles northwest of Anaheim -- into a must-visit destination for college recruiters this spring.

Texas co-offensive coordinator Major Applewhite was one of many to check out the school in May, and the Longhorns offered La Mirada’s ESPN 150 tight end, Tyler Luatua, on Wednesday.

We caught up with Moschetti for the latest on Luatua as well as another UT target, 2015 quarterback Kevin Dillman.

HornsNation: Tight end is such a tough position to recruit because guys are either receivers or blockers in high school, but rarely both. What does Luatua bring to the table?

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