6-7, 330-pound Meadowbrook (Richmond, VA) offensive lineman Morgan Moses makes a lot of noise with his play on the gridiron. Trying to figure out where he may end up playing his college football is a different story, though, as the outstanding junior prospect is not letting on to any potential favorite school or schools.
Moses does not name a favorite, but instead continues to maintain that he is very high on all seven Division 1A programs that have offered. In fact, he wants to make unofficial visits to all seven programs prior to the beginning of his senior season. He is interested in checking out other schools that may offer as well.
“I keep in contact with all my schools [that have offered] at least once a week,” said Moses, who has been offered by Georgia, Maryland, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, and, most recently, Clemson. “All of the recruiting coaches are cool people. We just talk about football in general, how I’m working to improve my game, how I’m staying in shape and stuff like that.”
Moses has made unofficial visits to both Division 1A in-state programs. He has been to UVa for a one-day lineman camp, several games last fall and the February 24th junior day this year. He has been to Virginia Tech once and he has also been to the University of Maryland once. This week, he may make stops at UVa and Virginia Tech.
“I’m lifting weights and I’m trying to get up to a couple of schools like Virginia Tech and Virginia,” Moses said of what he plans to do on this week’s spring break. “Right now, I really don’t have dates picked out yet, but I have been touching bases with the coaches. I want to go see spring practice.”
What will Moses be looking for if/when he attends these spring practices?
“I’m looking for some hard hitting,” Moses said. “I’ll be checking out the linemen. I’ll check out the quarterbacks because I want a shot to play there, too (laughs). Really, I’ll check out the linemen and look at all the...
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