A 2008 graduate, Moro took classes last year, but didn't go fulltime or play football. So he spent the 2009 season starting at safety for COD as a freshman.
Moro will spend one more season at Desert, before graduating in December. His hope is to head back to the Southeast and continue his college career at the D-I level.
"I want to go back and play in either the SEC or the ACC," said Moro. "Now, if a Pac-10 school were to offer, I'd definitely look at that opportunity, but to tell you the truth, I'd like to go back down South."
A 6-0, 182-pound safety, Moro said he's hoping to play free safety at the next level.
A Hurricane fan since his childhood, Moro is well aware of Miami's long tradition of safeties.
A non-qualifier out of high school, and a small 156-pounds, Moro has gotten his academics in order and has added 25 pounds since graduation.
"I'll have my AA in December (of 2010), so I can sign then. And I'm getting bigger, I should be up to like 195 or 200 when I sign," said Moro.
Currently, Moro is interested in a host of schools, mostly from the Southeast, but a few that are more West.
As a 2009 freshman, Moro had 24 tackles, three pass breakups and a forced fumble.