Nebraska Official Impresses Mosley

Pflugerville (Texas) Hendrickson defensive back Trai Mosley, a Nebraska commit, took his official visit over the weekend to check out the Huskers' program. Mosley goes in-depth on his time in Lincoln, the possibility of playing with teammate Chance Waz, and more..

Pflugerville (Texas) Hendrickson defensive back Trai Mosley committed to Nebraska over the summer.

Last weekend, the 5-foot-10, 170-pound corner took his official visit to Lincoln to check out the Huskers' program and came away impressed.

"They work just as hard or harder as we do here. I saw a lot of the players doing individual drills by themselves, watching film by themselves, without the coach even saying anything, so I really liked that," he said.

Also on the visit was Mosley's friend and teammate Chance Waz, who plays receiver and safety for Hendrickson.

"I had a really good time with Chance down there. It was a pretty good experience. I met a lot more of the players and got to know the coaching staff better," he said.

The athlete also enjoyed spending time with his host for the weekend, defensive back Boaz Joseph.

"He's a really great player. He said that Coach [Terry] Joseph and Coach [Bo] Pelini are really good defensive back coaches and that he redshirted this year because he wanted to keep learning the plays, but the coaches will give him a shot and he will keep working hard," he said.

Though Mosley has taken other visits, the most recent to Oklahoma, the athlete says that he currently has no other trip plans.

"For right now, I'm done. I am feeling very confident about the next four years," he said.

He's continuing to talk with Waz, a Colorado commit, about the possibility of playing college ball together.

"It's been really nice to play alongside each other. We've known each other since the second grade, always went out and played ball in the yard. We didn't get to play together in middle school, but we have again since freshman year. We got three gold balls [championships] so our experience and how we affect each other and play off each other is really, really good," he said.

Mosley said what impresses him most about Waz is his "mentality and footwork," and agrees that the future could hold something special.

"Our chemistry is good on the field. We feed off of each other. We push each other to do better and challenge each other," he said.

Mosley's senior football season ended last Friday, but he has wasted no time getting into the weight room in preparation for next season.

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