Outside linebacker and running back Dylan Moses (6-foot-2, 220 pounds, Bradenton, FL) is the No. 1 overall recruit for the 2017 recruiting class, and he made some big news before the 2015 season when he announced that he had decommitted from LSU. Moses had been committed to the Tigers for a few years, so his decommitment came as a shock to those in the recruiting world at the time.
Well, several months have pass now, and Moses named the new leaders in his recruiting cycle in an interview with ESPN. No. 1 out of those schools? Alabama.
“Alabama, Texas, Georgia, Florida, UCLA and USC are still my top schools,” Moses said. “Alabama is still my leader because they are more structured. They have very good discipline over there so they get their kids doing what they have to do.”
Those are not the only schools that Moses also spoke highly of in his interview. He also mentioned plans to visit Florida State and LSU, and he mentioned Michigan as a team that he would like to hear more from.
Moses’s recruitment will likely start to heat up before the season, as he should be eligible to enroll early after December graduation from the IMG Academy.
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