There has been a change in Corey Mosley ’s official visit schedule. Originally, the 5-9, 190-pound Henrico (VA) standout planned on making an official to Virginia Tech this weekend. He has since decided to reschedule that trip, but still plans to make an official to UVa next weekend.
“The only official visit I’m going to take in December is to Virginia,” said Mosley, who will take the SAT this Saturday. “[Virginia Tech’s] Coach Cav came by our school [yesterday]. I think I’m going to set that one up for January 20th.”
Mosley’s last experience in Charlottesville was a good one, as he was in attendance for the 17-7 win over Miami.
“The Miami game was my best experience there so far,” Mosley said. “I got to be more involved with the players, coaches and everything. The team showed a lot of potential that day.”
Virginia Tech’s Jim Cavanaugh is not the only coach that has visited Henrico High School this week. On Monday, two UVa assistants – Levern Belin and Bob Price – stopped by. And a coach from Vanderbilt has come by as well.
“The coaches are just keeping in touch with me and letting me know how interested they are in me,” Mosley said. “They are asking what will be the leading factor in my decision. I’ve been talking about position and playing time. Virginia and Virginia Tech like me for both sides of the ball and special teams.”
With Signing Day approaching, have the UVa or Virginia Tech coaches told Mosley that he needs to make a decision soon?
“They both said there is no rush,” Mosley said. “They want me to make the best decision for me. It’s about what I feel is best for me and what school I can see myself at.”
Mosley did not name a clear leader between Virginia and Virginia Tech.
“I love both schools a lot,” Mosley said. “I like Virginia and Virginia Tech. I’d have to say that, right now, it looks like there are more athletes at Virginia Tech than Virginia. But they both play good football.”
Stay tuned, as we will follow up with Corey following next weekend’s trip to Virginia. Henrico’s 2006 season is complete. In 10 games, Mosley, a running back, wide receiver and defensive back, averaged 18.3 yards per reception. He scored 11 touchdowns on the year.
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