Fresh off being crowned the No. 1 recruit in 2017, Dylan Moses has showed out at The Opening as one of only a few underclassmen invited to the elite camp.
LSU fans are quite familiar at this point with what makes Moses so special. He's been committed for almost two years now, not wavering once despite being one of the youngest players to ever pledge to the Tigers.
Scout's Chad Simmons caught up with Moses at The Opening to see just how strong that commitment still is.
“They’re my No. 1," he said. "I don’t see myself nowhere else but LSU. That's just home and family. They’ve known me since I was 8-years-old. Coach Miles has known me for so long, and I know his sons...That just makes the bond even stronger. That’s my reason for not going anywhere else.”
That hasn't scared away other programs though. There are several still fighting for a chance to woo Moses, and he hasn't closed the door on them.
But that doesn't mean he's rethinking LSU.
“I’m just weighing options, making sure I’m making the right decision," Moses said. "I said I’m not going anywhere, but at the same time, I want to make sure there isn’t something else out there that I’m not seeing, something I might like. I don’t want to fully close all the doors if there’s something out there I might like.”
Check the rest of the video interview with Moses below.
Dylan Moses not going anywhere other than LSU
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