Denton (TX) Ryan is the home of arguably the top defensive player in the country. Defensive end Jarvis Moss has a lot of early offers, and he’s drawing interest from all parts including the state of Florida.
Last week coaches from Texas, Florida State, UCLA and Oklahoma dropped by his school for the May evaluation period, and they were in attendance for one of his scrimmages. Did the 6-foot-7 and 220 pounder, who has been timed in the 40-yard dash at 4.48 seconds, disappoint?
“My scrimmage was pretty good,” Moss said. “I had a lot of sacks and tackles for losses. I showed a lot of speed and athleticism. I’m a new breed.”
Ever since Texas Head Coach Mack Brown moved in, the Lone Star borders have been closed. This time that might be a different story because Moss loves college football in the Sunshine state.
“All the schools in Florida have good football programs,” Moss said. “They are always on television here in Texas. Right now, I like all of them about the same. I plan on making visits to UCLA, Nebraska, Miami, Florida and Florida State.”
Florida has already offered him, and Miami and Florida State shouldn’t too far behind.