"We had a real good year," the 6-7, 332-lb. lineman said. "We went 9-3 and we were in the semifinals. Individually I had a real good season. I broke my school's crush block record with 13 in one game. I'm a real good run blocker. I'm good with my hands, I have good feet, I'm really quick for my size, and I can pull."
College coaches have taken notice of Moses' crushing ability, as evidenced by the close to 30 scholarship offers he has collected to date. He has already visited a number of his suitors, but none have emerged as a favorite.
"I've been to Florida, Miami, West Virginia, Virginia, and Virginia Tech," Moses reported. "I think that's pretty much it for the summer. Nobody is sticking out right now. I'm going to take my official visits when the season starts."
One of the programs hoping to host Moses this fall is the University of Michigan. The Wolverines have come on strong in the last couple of months a the mammoth lineman has taken notice.
"Michigan offered me about two months ago," he recalled. "My recruiting coach is Coach Dews and he told me how much they want me. I've talked to the offensive line coach too. I know the new coach was at West Virginia last year, I know a couple of guys from this area that are being recruited by them, and I know they have a good program that puts a lot of offensive linemen out. They had the #1 pick this year."
Moses doesn't plan on making his top selection for quite some time. During the search process he is hoping to identify the program with the most stable and comfortable environment.
"One of the most important factors will be playing for a good head coach that's going to be there all the years I'm there," he explained. "I also wasn't a good relationship with my position coach, and playing time."