The University of Tennessee is looking for athletic offensive linemen.
"They are saying tight end right now," Mosley told InsideTennessee.com. "The visit went well. I thought everything was really nice."
Mosley stands 6-foot-5 and weighs 255 pounds, and the chances of him growing into an offensive lineman with quick feet is a distinct possibility.
This past weekend's official visit to Knoxville wasn't Mosley's first trip to Rocky Top. He attended a summer camp there and then came back during the fall.
"I know a lot about the school already," Mosley admitted. "I have been there several times."
Mosley has been impressed by the Tennessee coaching staff.
"They are a great group of coaches," Mosley said. "The way they relate to their players, the way they motivate them is great."
Mosley thinks he will take a couple more official visits before making a final decision.
Mosley was hosted by fullback Austin Johnson and enjoyed his time on campus and getting to know all the current UT football players.
"They are a great group of guys," Mosley said. "They have such a great relationship with Coach Kiffin and the coaching staff. It's impressive."
Mosley joined his high school teammate and running back Michael Dyer on the trip.
"Michael really had a great time," Mosley said. "It went really well for him."
Tennessee recruiting coordinator and assistant head coach Ed Orgeron is recruiting the Arkansas duo.
"Coach O is great," Mosley said. "He is a great coach. Tennessee has recruited us harder than anyone."