Dylan Moses’ Alabama Visit Has Him ‘Wanting To Commit’

    Dylan Moses' Alabama visit apparently went so well he wanted to commit in Tuscaloosa.

    March 28, 2016

    Dylan Moses’ Alabama visit apparently went so well that it has him “wanting to commit” in Tuscaloosa.

    It wasn’t long ago that Dylan Moses discussed taking his time to make a college decision. He wanted to find the best fit. After a recent recruiting trip it sounds as though Moses is closer to finding said good fit.

    Apparently his visit to Alabama went so well that it had the nation’s No. 2 overall recruit “wanting to commit” right then and there in Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

    Moses, who’s originally from Baton Rouge, La., transferred to the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. before his senior season. He’s also considering Florida, Georgia, Texas, USC and UCLA. Michigan has also joined the race.

    At 6-foot-2 and 220 lbs Moses is the No. 1-rated athlete in the 2017 class. While he has the ability to play running back, Moses has expressed his interest in playing on the defensive side of the ball.

    As a linebacker, he’s quick, explosive and instinctual. He’s built to play on a collegiate defense right now.

    Moses had the Crimson Tide as his leader two months ago. Nick Saban already signed 5-star linebackers Ben Davis and Lyndell Wilson in the 2016 cycle. If he adds Moses, who can already squat more than 500 lbs, Alabama’s linebacking core may be better than ever come Moses’ would-be freshman season in 2017.

    Note: Scout rankings and ratings used in this article.

    MORE: Alabama Recruiting Update As Of March 28, 2016


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