Former N.C. State tight end and son of NFL legend Randy Moss, Thad Moss, has made an official decision as to where he will be playing at in 2018 following his transfer from Raleigh.
Moss announced that he will jumping from N.C. State to LSU and play for Ed Orgeron and offensive coordinator Matt Canada.
“I just committed to Coach O,” Moss said. “He was ready for it. They are definitely really excited for me right now.”
Moss points out that Orgeron and Canada had recruited him the past, with Canada recruiting him hard on multiple occasions.
Moss attend the LSU Spring Game Saturday and made his decision the same day that he would be transferring to Baton Rouge.
Because of NCAA transfer rules, Moss has to sit out the 2017 season, but he will be eligible to play for the Tigers in the 2018 season.
Moss started three games for the Wolpfack in 2016 where reeled in one touchdown.