Recruiting: Moss Returns From Miami

<B>Jarvis Moss</B> returned from an official visit to Miami today around noon and was tough to track down for the most part, but <I>IT</I> eventually got through. And the 6-7, 210-pound Denton Ryan defensive end, occupied with family, gave <I>IT</I> just a brief interview.

With an official trip to Texas (Jan. 10) and Miami (Jan. 17) already out of the way, the obvious question Orangebloods want answered is, "Are you ready to make an announcement or will you take another official visit?"

"No, not right now," said Jarvis Moss when asked if he was ready to make a decision.

And it appears that the state's top DE is eyeing perhaps a couple more official visits before hunkering down and pulling the commitment trigger.

"At this point, I'm probably going to go ahead and take an official to Florida (Jan. 24) and probably FSU (Jan. 31) the weekend after that," Moss told IT. "I mean, every school has its different advantages and I think I'd like to check a couple more out before making a decision."

According to Moss he landed in Miami around lunchtime Friday. And said that he later joined some of the Miami teammates and just mostly hung out.

"Friday night, we went to South Beach and it was all fun,"'s No. 4-ranked defensive end in the entire nation said. "Got to hang out with my girl, it was fun."


"Didn't do a whole lot of nothin'," Moss said as he was being jumped by one of his cousins trying to wrestle around with him. "Met with some coaches and talked about a few things, just stuff like that."

Any basketball games to attend that Saturday night?

"No," the pass-rushing stallion from Denton said. "There weren't any basketball games in Miami that night. So, I just went and had dinner and then went back to my hotel room."


"Ate breakfast and headed out to the airport," Moss said as IT cut the interview off a little earlier than usual since family was around as we didn't want to interfere too much.

Asked to sum up the trip to Miami, the Texas target said, "Just liked the city, thought it was pretty cool."

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