LSU fans have no reason to be concerned. Dylan Moses is not reconsidering his commitment or really considering other schools.
The 2017 athlete from Baton Rouge (La.) University Lab who committed to the Tigers in September said he is thinking about some unofficial visits with Alabama and Florida still recruiting him so hard.
Moses, a 6-foot-1, 218-pound recruit who played running back at the Under Armour Junior Combine last week, said his LSU commitment is strong and he doesn't plan any changes.
"I'm still very strong," Moses said.
"I made the right decision. My family lives in Baton Rouge and I don't want to leave and go far, far away. They would have to travel five or six hours just to come see me."
Still, the idea of taking some other unofficial visits is appealing to the 2017 prospect.
The University Lab standout said he could definitely visit Florida next summer for Friday Night Lights.
Moses said he's also considering trips to Alabama and Auburn and is also looking at Florida, UCLA and USC as possible destinations to see what those schools might offer.
Moses has been committed to LSU since September. Even though it sounds like there is some flirtation with other programs, the 2017 recruit said he definitely plans to stick with LSU.