Junior OL Visits UNC

In his quest to visit all 13 schools that have offered him a scholarship, Steven Moss, a 2014 prospect, traveled to Chapel Hill on Saturday for North Carolina's 66-0 blowout of Idaho.

"I liked their offense and I like the way that they run it," the 6-foot-4, 270-pound offensive lineman from Fredericksburg (Va.) Chancellor said. "And I definitely like the new coaching staff – they're all young and new."

Upon his arrival, Moss conversed with both Walt Bell, his primary recruiter, and Chris Kapilovic, UNC's offensive line coach.

"They said they were happy that I was up there and to make sure that I enjoyed everything," Moss said. "They joked about how I brought the bad weather with me. And pretty much they said they need players like me there."

After a tour of the football building, Moss grabbed lunch. He was then escorted to Larry Fedora's office where he met UNC's first-year head coach.

"He pretty just said that they need linemen like me on their line and just told me to keep up the good work," Moss said.

Besides UNC, Moss has visited Clemson, NC State, Ohio State, South Carolina, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia.

Moss's visits haven't resulted in any semblance of a favorite schools list. He is considering all 13 schools that have offered him, which includes Boston College, Illinois, Maryland, UNC, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and West Virginia.

"I like all my schools the same right now," Moss said. "That's not going to change for a while."

Moss envisions narrowing his list of schools under consideration in the coming spring.

"The important factors will be academics, team, do I want to live there the next four years of my life, surrounding area," Moss said.

Moss, who has started at right tackle since freshman year, is being recruited as both tackle and guard. He said he doesn't have a preference between the two positions and is confident he could play either in college despite his lack of experience at guard.

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