"It was a different atmosphere than I've been used to," Moses said. "I was timid at first but got into it quickly. I ran for 96 yards on seven carries with a touchdown. On defense, I had seven tackles with a fumble recovery that happened when the quarterback lost the ball."
Moses' head coach at U-High, Chad Mahaffey, was quite pleased with the performance.
"Coach was happy and said I did a good job," Moses said. "He said we handled our business."
U-High lost in the 2A semis last year to Evangel Christian but should be better this year with many returning studs, including the state's top 2015 player, RB Nicholas Brossette.
"Well, (Brossette) and me are really good friends," Moses said. "He's a cool guy, a good guy on and off the field. We hang out a lot.
"We have to work as a unit and keep our eyes on the prize to win the state championship. Everybody has it on their minds."
"I really can't wait," he said. "I'm not sure if I'll have tickets for LSU and TCU next week, but the game I really want to see is LSU versus Georgia. I've been excited to see that game since I left Georgia's camp, when Coach (Mark) Richt said his team is looking good and should have a great season. I'm also eager to see LSU/Bama.