The No. 22 prospect in the country, 6-foot-7, 347-pound offensive tackle Morgan Moses is taking everything slow. The Richmond (Va.) Meadowbrook prospect is putting recruiting on hold as he is preparing for his senior season.
"Right now I'm getting ready for practice which starts today, Monday," he said. "We've got a great team, a great group of guys. We are young, but I think we've got championship potential.
"I want to get a state championship and improve my overall game."
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Moses opens the season on August 28th L.C. Bird.
The five-star prospect recently took one unofficial visit to Tennessee.
"I went there about three weeks ago," he said. "It was a real good visit. I enjoyed myself and they showed me a lot of love.
"The indoor facilities stuck out. They are real nice. I liked the coaches. They were cool, down-to-earth people that showed me a good time. I got to sit down with Coach Fulmer and he showed me around."
While he had fun on the visit, Moses isn't any closer to narrowing his list.
"I'm still open and considering everyone," he said. "I haven't even started looking at visits this fall.
"I do plan to take some early in the season, but I don't know where.
"I'm just looking for a coach that's going to be there every year I am, somewhere I'm able to win a national championship and get early playing time."