Moody is just biding his time

Heading into the 2010 season, Fort Scott LB Dexter Moody (6-2, 210) was focused on having a big season and making his way to a four-year school. He was such a talented prospect that Nebraska even offered early in the process, but things have slowed down and now he's just hoping he and his Greyhound teammates can right the ship on a season that has gotten off to a rough start...

"Man, we're just trying to fix things and stop getting our butts beat right now," Moody told JCFootball.com. "I mean, we have some talent out here, but we've played some pretty good teams and we just haven't gotten it done."

So far, playing both the middle and weakside linebacker spots, Moody has posted 17 tackles, 2 tackles-for-loss and 1 sack.

"They are moving me all over just trying to free me up," Moody said. "I can play anywhere they need me to. I just want to get some wins."

Recruiting has pretty much been at a stand-still since the summer with just the one offer from Nebraska and interest coming from Georgia, the school he committed to out of high school, as well as Iowa State, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, Kansas State, Southern Miss and several other schools in the region.

"No one has really been by or called me recently," Moody said. "I'm going to try and set up a visit to Nebraska, but I haven't talked to them in a while so I don't know what's going on with them."

Moody and his teammates take on Hutchinson this coming Saturday.

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