Offers have been steadily rolling in for 2019 defensive back Moses Douglass, and the Springfield (OH) athlete is one of the top sophomores in the Midwest.
Douglass, the son of former NFL star and current Springfield head coach Moe Douglass, has the length, size and hip recovery college coaches are looking for.
"I have 13 offers right now, and I would say Michigan, Kentucky and Iowa are sticking out to me," Douglass stated. "With Michigan, I've always liked them and my dad has had players go there in the past, so i know a lot about the program."
"At Kentucky, my dad played there so I've always rooted for them since I was a little kid," he added. "Iowa is a great program, and I really like the defense they play. I want to go to a junior day to try to learn more about the school.
"I'm talking to Penn State, and I would love to have that offer," he continued. "I will be going there for camp next summer."
After only playing in a few games as a sophomore after suffering a leg injury, Douglass is in the weight room looking to make himself an even better college prospect.
"I'm working on my explosiveness right now, and trying to get stronger in my upper body," he explained. "I love to compete in everything I do, and things are all coming together for me after being hurt last season."