Meadowbrook (Richmond, VA) offensive lineman Morgan Moses will not head to the University of Alabama this weekend as had been previously scheduled, but he will make an official visit. The 6-7, 340-pound senior, who has already made official visits to West Virginia and UNC, now plans to visit the University of Virginia.
“He was going to Alabama this weekend, but he had a conflict so he is going up to Virginia this weekend,” Meadowbrook head coach Bill Bowles said. “After that point, I don’t know what he is thinking about doing. I think he may try to reschedule the Alabama visit, but it would not be next weekend because he is taking the SAT.”
Though Coach Bowles is not sure of Moses’ plans for the final two official visits, he does not expect a college decision to be made for several weeks.
“I think he is going to push it pretty close to Signing Day,” Bowles said.
Which schools remain in contention for the AP Group AAA first-team all-state performer?
“I think all of the guys in the home state are still in the picture,” said Bowles, referring to Virginia and Virginia Tech.
“With the out-of-state schools, he made an official visit to UNC last weekend. I don’t where West Virginia is right now, but I’m sure they are still in contact and I know his parents liked the people there. Who knows…I’m not sure where he’ll end up going.”
In addition to the first-team all-state accolade he received, Moses has also taken part in two all-star games – the Hawaii versus Mainland all-star game and the U.S. Army All-American Bowl game in San Antonio. Coach Bowles accompanied Moses to the latter all-star game, which took place on January 3rd.
“I thought he did real well,” Bowles said of Moses’ performance in San Antonio. “He was a little upset at first about playing guard (Moses has started at offensive tackle for Meadowbrook), but he got into it. I thought he had a really good game. It was a really good experience for him.”
Moses is not all about recruiting at this point. He also continues to work...
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