The Alabama Crimson Tide ended their recruiting process for the 2016 season with the top-ranked class in the country. It looks like they are already focusing on next year’s class and it looks like the could be getting a big-time recruit for the 2017 class.
According to ESPN, top-ranked recruit in the class of 2017, running back and outside linebacker Dylan Moses, lists Alabama as his leader among the six schools.
“Alabama, Texas, Georgia, Florida, UCLA and USC are still my top schools,” Moses told the site. “Alabama is still my leader because they are more structured. They have very good discipline over there so they get their kids doing what they have to do. I like their strength program, coach [Scott] Cochran, coach [Nick] Saban. It’s just a really great coaching staff over there and I just really feel comfortable there.”
The Michigan Wolverines will be visiting IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, where Moses plays, in about three weeks. According to MLive’s Nick Baumgardner, Moses is pretty interested in hearing from the Wolverines.
Top player in 2017 (OLB Dylan Moses) wants to hear from Michigan, per ESPN. He plays at IMG in Bradenton. Michigan will be there in 3 weeks
— Nick Baumgardner (@nickbaumgardner) February 8, 2016
The Wolverines just landed Rashan Gary, 2016’s top-ranked recruit, so if they are able to land Moses for next year, that would be a huge get for them.
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