Everyone I’ve talked to when it comes to recruiting has always told me that they need to see something in the first 3-4 plays in order to watch more of it. If they don’t see anything in the first 30 seconds the coach is going to move on to someone else. For sophomore quarterback Jayton Moffatt you’re going to see his best four plays including one of the most under control throws which comes around the 30-35 second mark and it starts with a bad snap. I like Moffatt, a lot. And I hope coaches at the next level see it as well.