Moses Looking For More

Toledo Central Catholic will be looking to repeat as state champions in Ohio this season, and they return several top prospects. Linebacker Paul Moses already holds three offers, and is looking to add to that total.

Toledo Central Catholic linebacker Paul Moses played a key role in last season's state title team, and he will be counted on heavily once again this season. The two-way star is also starting to see his recruitment pick up.

"I have offers from Nebraska, Akron and Toledo," Moses stated. "I've been to Toledo for a junior day and that was a great visit. They see me as an athlete, and a guy that could play either side of the football. It doesn't matter to me, and I tell all the coaches I just want to play football."

"Nebraska is a school I'm very interested in," he added. "The distance from Ohio doesn't bother me at all. I'm willing to go anywhere to play, as long as it's the right school for me. I'd love to get out there and see Nebraska this summer, and it's a school that is at the top of my list right now of those three that have offered."

Moses, 6-foot-1, 200-pounds, took an unofficial visit to Kentucky last weekend, and while the Wildcats did not offer, he is anticipating one in the future. Michigan State has also been in contact.

"I visited Kentucky last week and loved it there," he explained. "They are upgrading their facilities, and the new coaching staff is recruiting really well. I'm being recruited by Coach (Vince) Marrow, and he said they are still evaluating me, but an offer should be coming."

"Michigan State is talking to me and they visited me at school in January," he continued. "I've met Coach (Mark) Dantonio and like him a lot. I would love to have an offer from Michigan State, and I plan on going to their camp this summer."

Repeating as state champions is the goal for Moses and his teammates, and he is working hard to make that a reality this season.

"That's what we are working for, and that motivates me every day in the weight room," Moses said. "We have a chance to be really good again, and we have a lot of talent returning this season. It's my job as a leader to make sure everyone is working as hard as they can toward that goal."

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