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8th Grader Offered Football Scholarship to Alabama and LSU

14-year old football player Dylan Moses is already being heavily recruited by the big schools.

February 2013 |
8th Grader Offered Football Scholarship to Alabama and LSU

In the quest to build the best possible team, some colleges and universities are expanding their scouting efforts to find hidden gems. But how far will they go to secure that prized player?

Incredibly, the LSU and Alabama football programs have already made separate offers to Dylan Moses, an eighth-grade football phenom from Louisiana, for their 2017 class.

Dylan's father admitted that Alabama and LSU are his son's two top choices. "We have LSU right here. They have access to us. At Alabama, we know what they have over there with the great running backs and another first-rounder on the way," he said. "Those two schools are No. 1, and everybody else is 2, 3, 4 and 5."

And although Moses is only in eighth grade, he already stands at 6'1'', and weighs in at 215 pounds. Check out his highlight reel below and you’ll instantly see why college recruiters are drooling over this kid. He’s a man amongst boys on the gridiron, and will only get bigger and better.

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