"I have been 100 percent Ole Miss for a long time. I really didn't even need to go on my official visit for my sake, but I wanted to go to help the coaches recruit," said Mosley, a 6-4, 258-pounder. "I want this to be the best recruiting class in the nation, or as close as we can get it."
With a mission in mind, Mosley hung out with most of the "stars" of the huge recruiting weekend and came away excited about the results.
"I'm telling you, from the minute we got together, we could all feel a bond. We felt like we were already teammates," Jamal continued. "I was wondering if it was just me because I want this class to be special so badly, but it wasn't, man. I asked everyone individually and they felt that bond too."
Mosley talked about the "cool" factor of the weekend.
"Tre (Mason), C.J. (Johnson), Jermaine (Whitehead), Nick (Brassell) and a bunch more were just cool, man. They are great guys who believe in team, family and the things that are important. If all those guys, with the ones we already have committed, come here, I'm telling you this will be something really special," Jamal noted. "I also spent some quality time with the committed guys and they are special too, but my focus was on the guys we still need to get."
Mosley, who caught 42 passes for 350 yards and 4 TDs, mostly from the flex position, at NWCC, said the coaching staff made his job as pseudo-recruiter easy.
"All the guys were talking about how they didn't feel like they were being recruited, you know. They felt like the coaches were genuine and a family and really enjoyed each other and cared about each other," said Mosley. "The current players backed that up and told all the guys here that the feeling was real. This staff is very special. The recruits felt it.
"And I got the best surprise of all. I was at Oklahoma State with Coach Gunter Brewer and now he's here. That guy is really good, one of the best in the business. He's a player's coach. Players love him, but he is also a coach who demands you do your part.
"Coach Nutt is like that too. He's a player's coach, but only if you do things the right way and the way you are supposed to. Take care of your business and they will treat you like family. I like that and so did the guys visiting."
Even though Jamal was serious about his recruiting functions this weekend, he found time to take it all in himself.
"I had fun too, more than even I thought I would. I like everything about Ole Miss and now with this staff realignment, I love it even more. I love the facilities, the people, the town - I can't wait to get here," he closed.
Jamal Mosley is expected to be an outstanding player for the Rebels. He has the tools and the credentials.
But if his Ole Miss career does not propel him to the next level, he could always go into coaching.
His enthusiasm for recruiting is infectious.