With the school having offered so much talent in the state of Florida already in the 2015 class, Wisconsin wide receivers coach Chris Beatty told Miami Westminster Christian athlete Tobias Moss that he needed a few days to watch and evaluate his junior film to make sure he deserved to be in that group.
What he saw was apparently one of the more underrated players that Beatty has stumbled upon during his May recruiting swing.
"It feels great getting offered by them," Moss told BadgerNation. "Coach Beatty was telling me he loved my film. He said that he loved my feet, how I can move and how I can play with the speed I have. They have a great football program, so I'll be doing my homework on the school to learn more about them."
Wisconsin is the first BCS offer for the 5-10, 170-pound Moss, who holds other offers from Florida Atlantic, Florida International and Tennessee State. Defined as an athlete, Moss lined up at wide receiver, cornerback and some running back during his junior season, which included over 500 receiving yards, but says most schools, including Wisconsin, are recruiting him as a cornerback.
"I'm pretty open (to playing any position), but I am really focused on playing DB at the next level," said Moss.
"I think I will be getting some more offers now," said Moss. "Coach Beatty told me that I am one of the more underrated DBs in Florida and that I should be getting recruited more."
Planning to go to multiple camps during the summer and take some official visits, Moss plans to make his decision after his senior season.