Five for Mosley

Five for Mosley

Dutchtown 2014 athlete Torrance Mosley earned his fifth offer earlier this month at UL camp...

Torrance Mosley performed up to advance billing in Lafayette, running a 4.42 in the 40-yard dash and faring nicely across the board in drills and one-on-one competition.

"The UL coaches worked me out at cornerback," said Mosley, primarily known for his offensive prowess at Dutchtown. "The next day after camp, I was on the phone with Coach (Tim) Rebowe and Coach Hud, and they offered."

The 5-9, 160-pounder has taken note of UL's success under head coach Mark Hudspeth, who signed Effrem Reed and Darrien Batiste out of Dutchtown in back-to-back classes.

"I'm not in a hurry to commit," Mosley said. "I also have offers from Tulane, Memphis, Grambling and Southern. Tulane offered at the beginning of spring, a week before practice started.

"Coach (David) Johnson said he wanted to offer me a scholarship to play wide receiver. Tulane said I'll get a shot on offense, which makes them more attractive because I like playing both sides of the ball."

Memphis is recruiting Mosley as a defensive back.

"Coach Galen Scott offered a couple of weeks before spring," he said. "I'm hearing from Arizona State and Louisiana Tech, too."