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weeks. Till then, here are a couple of recruiting profiles for the 2007
recruiting class from Elijah Kyle.
But Can He Part The Sea?
By: Elijah Kyle
Marshall Moses has a new home this season at Kernersville (NC) Glenn, after
having spent last season in South Carolina at Aiken HS, where he averaged 22
points and 13 rebounds. And, while the 6-7,230-pound JR F has the requisite low
post presence to attract suitors, he has been somewhat surprised at what he has
learned from talking with college coaches interested in recruiting him.
“I think early on I thought small forward would be my position (at the next
level), but now after talking with schools, they see me as being able to play
all three perimeter positions,” Moses told TechSideline.com in a Wednesday,
Sep. 14th interview. “That is really weird because I have never played point
(guard) before and with the way I post up inside and all, having them tell me
that they see me as a point is just really weird.”
Moses isn’t ready to abandon completely the idea that has been thrust upon
him by more than one college.
“It seems like almost all of them (colleges) are talking about playing me
at three different positions,” Moses continued. “I think I can do it (play
point guard), but I just haven’t done it before and I never really saw myself
as a point guard.”
Moses has had a number of interested schools take his temperature concerning
his future, with several stepping up with offers. He claims that he is hearing
most from Florida, Illinois, Virginia, Cincinnati, Wake Forest, Virginia Tech
and Clemson. According to Moses, the Hokies have offered along with Clemson,
Florida, Wake Forest, Marquette, Cincinnati and UTEP.
While he isn’t close to a decision, he does hope to have that done by next
summer so that he can fully concentrate on his senior season, without the
pressure and distractions of being
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