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Moses drawing Pitt interest

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Toledo (Ohio) Central Catholic took home a state title this past season, and did so with the help of several underclassmen. One of their class of 2014 prospects who played a big role was running back/linebacker Paul Moses.
The 5-foot-11, 200-pound Moses is also gaining momentum on the recruiting trail. He currently holds two offers, and is hearing from several additional schools. One program that has increased their interest in the Toledo junior recently is Pittsburgh.
"They had come out to the school and I have been talking to them," Moses said. "My coach told me I should be looking good for an offer after Signing Day. I have plans to go out there in the springtime."
Moses' first offer came in early November from Nebraska and assistant coach Vince Marrow, but communication between the two parties has fallen off.
"I haven't been talking to them much," Moses said. "The coach who had offered me went to Kentucky."
Akron is the other school that has already offered Moses. He made his first junior day visit last weekend to Toledo.
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