Even though he missed most of his sophomore season due to a leg injury, defensive back Moses Douglass is still one of the top 2019 prospects in the state of Ohio.
Douglass, the son of Springfield head coach Moe Douglass, is approaching the 20 offer mark. He listed three schools that are standing out to him at this time.
"I really like Indiana, Michigan and Iowa right now," Douglass stated. "I have some other schools I want to visit, but those three are high on my list. I like Indiana because of the coaching staff, and how they handle themselves at practice and their style of play."
"With Michigan, I like the defense they play and I'm familiar with the school because my dad has sent players there in the past," he added. "The Iowa program also plays great defense and I like their style of play a lot."
"I have never been to Iowa yet, and I haven't been to Michigan as a recruit yet, so I want to get out and visit both schools this summer," he continued. "I also will be visiting Kentucky and Ohio State."
Douglass has been a key contributor since his freshman season, and as he continues to grow he could be making the change from cornerback to safety.
"I'm the type of player that is intelligent, and I try to anticipate what the offense is doing before the play is run," he explained. "It doesn't matter to me what position I play, and it will probably be safety at the college level."