"I am not going to make a decision until after the season," the Theodore, Ala., prospect said.
The younger brother of Alabama Crimson Tide standout linebacker C.J. Mosley, he is making the move to quarterback this season after starting at outside linebacker and safety the past three seasons.
"I played it some in junior high but when I got to high school I was moved to linebacker. I like it OK. I just want to do whatever I can to help my team."
Arkansas State is the latest to offer Mosley, who is 6-foot-4.5 and 196 pounds. Other offers are Alabama-Birmingham, Western Kentucky, Old Dominion and Tulane.
"The recruiting is going well so far,'' he said. "It has been fun."
He sought some advice from his older brother, who is one of the top players in the Southeastern Conference.
"He told me to take care of my business in the classroom and on the field and the recruiting will take care of itself," he said.
He attended the Elite Camp II, along with teammate and ASU recruit Jerry Gibson, in July and picked up his offer then.
"I liked it up there," he said. "I loved the campus and the coaches. It was a good visit. I know they had me up there because they wanted to see me work out but they offered me before they ever saw me on the field."
He said with the five offers there is no favorite.
"I am looking for a school that has good academics, that has the major I want, graduates its players and has success on the field," he said.
Mosley said he wants to major in physical therapy/sports medicine.
"We got to tour the facility at ASU," he said. "We met the man who runs it. It was awesome."
Before hearing from the Red Wolves, he already had an impression of ASU.
"Oh yeah, I went to the GoDaddy.com Bowl,'' he said. "I think it is neat that I saw one of the teams that is recruiting me play."
Mosley Won't Make Decision Until Later
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