Florida guard picks OM over W.V. & Iowa State
"I decided I am going to Ole Miss because of how comfortable I was on my official visit. The biggest thing to me was taking the football out of the equation and seeing how comfortable I would be if I went to that school and I did not even play football. I just had the best feeling while I was on my Ole Miss visit. I am not going to take anymore visits," commented Don Mosley.
Don took official visits to Iowa State (11/11), West Virginia (1/13), Ole Miss (12/4), and South Florida (1/20) before deciding on Ole Miss.
"They were all good trips. I really enjoyed visiting all of the schools I was interested in. It gave me an upclose view of how it would be if I attended their schools. I really could not have gone wrong with any of them. They were all good schools."
Who came in second place for Mosley's services?
"I do not know if there was a second place. I had narrowed it down to Ole Miss, West Virginia, and South Florida though."
Don helped Hillsborough to an undefeated regular season and into the 4th round of the 4A playoffs as a junior. Mosley averaged 8 pancakes a game for the season. He was named Lineman of the Year in the SunCoast Conference for his play on the field.
Mosley's senior campaign was just as impressive, as he averaged 9 pancakes a game. Hillsborough had another undefeated regular season before getting bumped out of the playoffs. He was named 1st Team All-County and 1st Team All- District for his on the field accomplishments.
Mosley marks Ole Miss' 24th February commitment.
Don has a 2.9 GPA / 1290 SAT.
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