Out of 200 finalists nationwide, Caylin was one of 32 men and women who received the Rhodes scholarship. Moore will study next fall at Oxford University in England and complete his graduate studies in public policy and business administration.
He had applied for the award this year through his home district in California. Caylin’s journey to the scholarship began here at the Verb. Then he attended Marist College in New York and then TCU, where the senior football player has a 3.9 grade-point average in the Honors College.
While at Verb, Cailyn worked at Corporate Partners – Shea Properties and Union Bank .
The L.A. Times did a great piece on Caylin, you can view here – click here.