Dylan Moses may be only 14 years old, but two of college football's powerhouses are interested in the young football star.
Last summer, Dylan, a Louisiana native, made headlines when head coach Les Miles offered him a scholarship to play for the LSU Tigers. Now, the 6-foot-1, 215-pound running back/linebacker has an offer to play for LSU’s SEC rival, the University of Alabama.
“I think when you look at Alabama and LSU, they are two programs known for being the best developers of running backs and defensive backs in the nation so he really can’t go wrong either way,” Edward Moses, Dylan’s father, told AL.com.
LSU may still have a slight advantage in the recruiting war. Moses will attend University Lab High School this fall, which is close to LSU’s Tiger Stadium.
Dylan still hasn’t committed to a school yet, but give him time. He only has four years until he has to pick one.
Read more about Dylan from our friends over at Bleacher Report.