Mosley and Dyer enjoys Rocky Top visit

One Arkansas athlete recently took his third trip to Rocky Top, this time to visit with the coaches more and to bring one of his best friends and teammates to the Knoxville campus. Dakota Mosley and Michael Dyer both took the trip to UT last week and came away impressed. Go inside for the latest.

One Arkansas athlete recently took his third trip to Rocky Top, this time to visit with the coaches more and to bring one of his best friends and teammates to the Knoxville campus.

Dakota Mosley attended the Volunteers Spring game, one of their one day camps and another unofficial visit this past week.

"It was great to take time and get to know the coaches a lot better," Mosley told InsideTennessee.com Monday afternoon. "Coach (Ed) Orgeron was on vacation in Destin but flew back for our visit."

Mosley is very familiar with the UT Campus, but appears to enjoy every visit.

"It went really well," Mosley said. "Michael hadn't never seen it before, he really enjoyed the trip, he liked it there a lot."

Mosley, who plays tight end on the high school level, is expected to play somewhere on the offensive line in his college career.

"They were all very positive towards me," Mosley said. "They told me they wanted to watch a couple of my games early on this season. They told me to keep working hard and that everything should fall in place. I would love to get an offer from the Vols."

Michael Dyer, one of the top running backs in the country, is already holding an official offer from Tennessee.

"We spent about six to seven hours there," Mosley said. "The running back coach (Eddie) Gran was there along with Coach O, and both Coach Kiffins. They were really excited about our visit."


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