Published December 9, 2013 - 5:52pmNEW: Follow on facebook -
It seems like a daily occurrence–Tennessee lands commitment … commitment is rated at four-stars.
So, with that understanding, Monday’s news was pretty routine. In-stater Charles Mosley, one of Tennessee’s top remaining targets, nabbed his golden ticket–which these days means he nabbed one of those rare spots still available in the 2014 Vols signing class. There’s not much room left, maybe a spot or two depending on how the program plays its cards with early enrollments and greyshirt candidates.
“It was hard to resist joining the rest of the other Tennessee commits from Tennessee, I wanted to help put our state back on top,” Mosley told Saturday Down South.
At any rate, Mosley is a 6-foot-6, 350-pound four-star prospect who could play on either side of the line. If he goes with offense, he’ll plow through anything in his way, and that’s why Alabama wanted him too, at one point. And on defense? Good luck stopping him–a bowling ball in cleats.
“(Coaches) tell me that me being 6-foot-6, 350 pounds, they love how athletic I am,” Mosley told SDS. “They love how I can play offensive guard or tackle and go on defense and play nose guard. I don’t have a preference (of position), I just want to play the game of football.”
Tennessee now has a national-best 34 prospects committed for 2014. The Vols are rated the No. 2 class in the nation behind Alabama.
Editor’s note: All rankings used by Saturday Down South, individual and team-wise, refer to the 247Sports.com composite ranking.