I worked on the catch with a new focus yesterday. I focused on keeping my heels in place as I turned my feet out. Based on the fact that my heels tend to touch when I turn my feet out, I figured the pivot point of the turn was closer to the middle of my feet. I just shifted the pivot point over to the heels. It feels crazy wide, but I think that's a good thing.
Watching Moses, he seems to angle his lower legs out as he's drawing them forward. I wonder if he would be even faster if he didn't. I guess it's better than the knees spreading apart or the heels coming together. (I don't need to worry about it because I'm no where near as flexible as Moses.)