Austin Area Linebacker Shows Well at Camp

One of the rising juniors-to-be in the state of Texas made another visit to the Forty Acres last Sunday at the Longhorn one-day mini-camp. Cedar Park's linebacker Chet Moss showed why college coaches are already taking notice. Moss attended the camp with his teammate offensive tackle Spencer Drango. Burnt Orange Beat spoke with Moss about his experience at Texas and his future camp plans.

The Cedar Park Timberwolves have quite a bit of returning talent which has drawn the looks of programs from all over the country during the spring evaluation period. The 2010 class is headlined by Texas Longhorn pledge Dominic Espinosa and Holmes Onwukaife.

The 2011 class is headlined by two prospects that already have college offers in linebacker Chet Moss and offensive tackle Spencer Drango. Both attended the Texas Longhorn mini-camp on Sunday, and Moss told Burnt Orange Beat that he had a great time at the camp.

"I loved it. It was great. It was cool to see how I stacked up against all the other linebackers. I talked to Coach Muschamp quite a bit. I think I did really well. I am very interested in them and they are interested in me so we will see how it plays out," Moss said.

On June 6, Moss attended a one-day camp in Lubbock and got a good feeling about Texas Tech as well.

"I went to a game up there (Lubbock) when they played Nebraska. I really liked it. Coach Ruffin is a great guy and a great coach. It's a cool place," said Moss.

Moss and Drango will also travel together to Colorado this weekend to see the Buffalos and attend another mini-camp and a combine.

"I am going to my last camp this weekend at Colorado," Moss added. After Friday's Buffalo mini-camp, Moss and Drango will also participate in a NIKE camp in Colorado.

Although Moss is not closing any doors to college recruiters just yet, he does have a good idea of a top four schools.

"I have narrowed it down to a top four for now – Texas, Texas Tech, Colorado, and SMU," Moss concluded.

Moss checked in at 6-1 and 230 pounds at Texas on Sunday.

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