Moses Enjoys Big Month of May

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“It is a blessing, of course, to have that many offers. It is amazing. They just came all at once,” said Meadowbrook (Richmond, VA) star offensive line prospect Morgan Moses , who is coming off of a big Evaluation Period. Moses, a 6-7, 340-pound offensive tackle prospect, now boasts over 20 Division 1A scholarship offers – he had seven prior to late April/May – including recent ones from Florida, Michigan and South Carolina.

Moses has been to the University of Virginia and Virginia Tech on several occasions, but he has not been able to visit schools outside the state of Virginia. He hopes to do so this summer, however he has not set any plans and did not let on to which programs he would definitively like to visit.

“As for visiting colleges, I don’t know right now what my plans are,” said Moses, who also boasts scholarship offers include Clemson, Georgia, Maryland, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia, among others. “I kind of want to check out pretty much every school that has offered me.

“Every school is in the race because I haven’t taken visits out of the state. I’m giving every school a chance. I’m just wide open right now.”

Moses acknowledges that a college decision “will definitely be after my senior season.” For now, he is simply focused on his academics as well as preparing for his senior year.

“I’m closing out strong [academically],” said Moses, who may take a core course this summer to help continue to boost his GPA. “I’m just ready for next year to start. I’m ready for football season to start.”

When decision time does come, location is one factor that Moses continues to say will not be a factor.

“Distance really doesn’t play a part,” Moses said. “I’m just looking to play in an atmosphere that will benefit me.

“It is all about how I feel about the school. I’ll never say I’m going strictly because of coaches because coaches leave, so I’m just looking at playing with a good group of guys and going somewhere where I can expand my talent on the next

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