Dylan Moses Highlights Texas, Houston Visits On Twitter

    Dylan Moses highlighted his Texas and Houston visits over the weekend on Twitter. From the looks of it, Moses had a great time.

    April 4, 2016

    From the looks of it, Dylan Moses enjoyed his visit to Texas and Houston over the weekend.

    On Friday, it was reported Dylan Moses, the nation’s No. 2 overall recruit in 2017, had canceled his Texas visit.

    But Moses still ended up visiting the Longhorns, and it went well judging by his pictures on Twitter.

    Moses posed with Texas sophomore linebacker Malik Jefferson while suggesting the two would make a dynamic duo on Charlie Strong’s defense.

    He even had a chance to hold a piece of hardware and add some definition to the vision he has for his college career.

    Moses used the rest of the weekend to check out what the Houston Cougars had to offer. Former Ohio State offensive coordinator Tom Herman led his team to a 13-1 record and a 38-24 victory over Florida State in the Peach Bowl.

    The nation’s No. 1-rated athlete looked as comfortable in red as he did in burnt orange.

    Still, it was the Longhorns who cracked his top five — not the Cougars.

    Texas impressed Moses to the point he decided to name the Longhorns as his new leader, dethroning Alabama in the process.

    Note: Scout rankings and ratings used in this article.

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