LA Football Debate: LA’s Most Exciting Football Player

Is it Caleb or Cooper? Moore or Herbert? Or Someone else entirely? Vote Now. Who is LA Football's Most Exciting Player?

Los Angeles is home to an array of football talent, with each team boasting some of the most exciting players in the sport. This article takes a closer look at the most thrilling players from All 4 LA Football teams, inviting fans to vote for their favorite.

Who Is LA Football’s Most Exciting Player?

Vote Below!

NCAA Football: Notre Dame at Southern California
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USC Trojans: Caleb Williams

During his first season at USC, Caleb Williams tore up the competition, winning the Heismann and cementing himself as a top draft pick next year. His mobility, arm strength, and playmaking led to an exciting USC season.

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UCLA Bruins: Dante Moore

Dante Moore has yet to play a snap for the Bruins, but the hype from the Bruins’ fan base is real. From training with Patrick Mahomes and Trey Lance, to impressing people with his quick release and athleticism, the 5-star QB is certainly going to be an exciting QB to watch this next season.

NFL: Buffalo Bills at Los Angeles Rams
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LA Rams: Cooper Kupp

The Los Angeles Rams’ wide receiver, has consistently made highlight-reel plays throughout his career. With his exceptional route running, sure hands, and ability to break away for big gains, Cooper Kupp is undoubtedly one of the most electrifying players in the NFL.

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LA Chargers: Justin Herbert

Quarterback Justin Herbert has quickly become one of the most exciting players to watch since entering the league. His strong arm, accuracy, and poise in the pocket make him a force to be reckoned with, and his ability to extend plays with his legs adds an extra dimension to his game.

Enter The Poll: Who is the Most Exciting LA Football Player to Watch?

  • Cooper Kupp (LA Rams)
  • Justin Herbert (LA Chargers)
  • Caleb Williams (USC Trojans)
  • Dante Moore (UCLA Bruins)