Alabama and LSU have already offered 8th grader Dylan Moses a scholarship

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Alabama just offered 8th grade stud Dylan Moses from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. If you think Alabama is early on the offer train, Les Miles offered Moses a scholarship last summer before his 8th grade season.

Moses isn’t even in high school yet, but he’s racked up two of the most impressive offers in college football.

Moses is 6-0, 205 pounds as a 14-year-old and has a 34” vertical with a 4.4 40.

Moses’ father talked to AL.com about Alabama offering him a scholly so early, after Moses attended Bama’s junior day.

“When he said he was offering Dylan a scholarship, we asked a lot of questions just to make sure we knew exactly what he meant. Coach Saban said the Alabama staff believes Dylan has a chance to be the best player in the country in the Class of 2017 and they were ready to offer him a scholarship. That’s when the fireworks started going off in our heads.”

Moses reminds me a lot of current Bama early enrollee Derrick Henry, who is a 6-3, 245-pound uber back with huge upside. Henry will play either running back, full back, H-back, tight end or even outside linebacker.

We’ll see what position Moses grows into.





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Comments 7

  1. It should be noted that is Louisiana State University Lab School, which is already part of LSU.

  2. DawgMan
    Commented : 1 year ago

    kids a hoss but to be fair it looks like hes playing rec league 5th graders… just saying

  3. I’d say he has a few years to think about his decision, eh?

  4. ADB
    Commented : 3 weeks ago

    My nextdoor neighbor is pregnant. I hear LSU and ALA are recruiting him. If it’s a boy?

  5. ADB
    Commented : 3 weeks ago

    My nextdoor neighbor is pregnant. I hear ALA and LSU are recruiting him. If it is a boy?

  6. can’t wait for his momma to start complaining about why he gots to finish to high school and not just go straight into his ‘ship