Meadowbrook’s (Richmond, VA) massive offensive line star Morgan Moses has yet to narrow his long and impressive list of Division 1A scholarship offers down to a few favorite schools, but he has been able to visit a number of potential suitors this spring and summer. The 6-7, 340-pound rising senior, rated the #2 overall player in TSL’s Pre-summer Top 30, has now visited Florida, Maryland, Miami, Virginia, Virginia Tech, West Virginia and, most recently, Tennessee.
“I just visited Tennessee last week. It was a great visit,” said Moses, who has been offered by each of the schools mentioned above. “They showed me lots of love. I’m looking to go visit some more schools and see what they have to offer.”
Moses has not scheduled any further visits, but he does plan to make some official visits during his senior season. He is planning on making all five official visits before making a commitment, which likely will be announced at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl game in January.
At this point, Moses says both in-state Division 1A programs are “in the mix.” He discussed why Virginia and Virginia Tech remain in the running for his signature.
“A couple of players I’ve played against are up there at UVa, like [former Matoaca standout] Kris Burd,” said Moses, who is not certain if he’ll use official visits on the in-state schools. “Mike Groh has recruited me and they have real good people there. They are down to earth.
“At Virginia Tech, John Graves is there and the coaches made me feel comfortable there.”
Moses has made no secret of his intention to look closely at out-of-state schools. One program that seems to have made a real positive impression is West Virginia. WVU has already landed top Commonwealth talents such as Phoebus quarterback Tajh Boyd and Great Bridge wide receiver Logan Heastie and there is no doubt they would love to add Moses as well.
Moses not only visited Morgantown earlier this summer, but he had dinner with...
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