OL Morgan Moses Gets a Jim Tressel Visit

OL Morgan Moses Gets a Jim Tressel Visit

Morgan Moses 2010 VA

OL Morgan Moses Gets a Jim Tressel Visit

Ohio State is hoping to take 3 offensive lineman in their 2010 class and have recently visited one additional prospect to make sure that happens. They currently have Andrew Norwell, an offensive tackle from Cincinnati, in the class. And the coaching staff for OSU has been very active recruiting Seantrel Henderson, Chaz Green, and Matt James. But with the commitment of Sharrif Floyd to Florida at the Army All American game, the Buckeyes now have a scholarship for Morgan Moses.

By Steve Patterson

Morgan Moses committed to Virginia last year for 2009 class but was not able to qualify academically. He spent the past year at Fork Union Military Academy were he was a teammate of current Ohio State commitment Carlos Hyde. Moses was able to get his grades in order at the Prep School and is now ready to begin his college career. The only problem with his prior commitment to Virginia is that their coaching staff has now changed. With Al Groh leaving the program, Moses felt the need to open up his recruitment and look around.

Moses was a standout during the 2009 Army All American bowl and could play offensive tackle or defensive tackle at the next level. At 6’7” and 340lbs, his is a huge player with great athleticism. He has offers from Virginia, Rutgers, North Carolina and South Carolina, with Ohio State and Florida being considered but yet to offer a scholarship. The Buckeyes are trying to get an official visit scheduled with Moses prior to National Letter of Intent Signing Day, early in February.

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