5-foot-11, 217 pound junior Paul Moses is being recruited to play several different positions.
"They're looking at me as an athlete. I've played both running back and linebacker. Every time I talk to a coach, they ask me what side I want to play. I tell them I just want to play football."
It's that attitude that has helped the junior pick up his first two offers.
"Nebraska was my first offer. They are a great school. A lot of people from Ohio go there, so that would be great; it would feel like home. I haven't visited yet but would like to. I really like them already, but need to really experience them to see exactly how interested I am in them."
"Akron is my other offer. It's close to home so I wouldn't be too far from my family. It's a great school and I think they can develop to be really good."
Moses has also been hearing from Michigan State, Illinois and Pittsburgh. He also plans on visiting Kentucky during his upcoming Spring Break.
The junior hopes to make his commitment during his senior season. While that may still be awhile away, he does know what he's looking for in a school.
"The biggest thing I'm looking for are academics. Distance won't matter to me; I'd actually like to go far to see different parts of the country."
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