Five-star Crimson Tide linebacker commit Dylan Moses officially ended his recruitment on Sunday night by sending in his signed financial aid paperwork to Alabama.


The 6-2, 220-pound RB/LB prospect is from Baton Rouge, LA took an official visit to LSU this past weekend.

For more info Moses, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.

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33 Comments
LF7 is going to leave LSU without ever scoring against the TIDE and you wonder why Moses is going there?
Reply52 months
Correction: 2015 4th Qtr, ALA fumbled on their 22, LF got 18 of of his 31 yds and scored from the 1 after a defensive pass INT against ALA. So he had 1 windfall TD while Henry had 210 yds and 3 TDs.
52 months
Quit giving this boy attention and headlines
Reply52 months
tiger bait
Reply52 months
I though Bama financial aid agreements were done under the table.
Reply52 months
We pay them in Championship Trophies. Nothing under the table at all. It's on live TV and everything. You gotta learn that football doesn't end in November at least not for Alabama.
52 months
So much for his love of state and LSU. Time to move on from this gump.
Reply52 months
But but but....coach O...great recruit...hahha...we are going to regret hiring this bum.
Reply52 months
Saban took 2 5 star backers out of Baton Rouge
Reply52 months
If you were Moses family, financial advisor, or coach where would you tell him to go to play football? Furthermore, if you were the AD here and bungled your legacy and the future of LSU by failing to hire Herman, the man who whipped Saban, Fisher, Stoops, and Petrino, you would be just as big a fool as Alleva is. If we had hired Herman/Applewhite and reunited him with Aranda, who thinks he is the finest offensive mind in the FBS, this place would be buzzing with energy and hype. Instead we are bottom feeding and full of uncertainty and have recruits leaving rather than fighting to get in. Herman fit the Bertram model: young, smart, young kids, great family, and for certain he could have built a dynasty to crush and outlast Saban. Herman on the cost of winning: "In order to pay the price, you've got to be willing to invest. Guess what? There's prices for nine-win seasons. There's prices for eight-win seasons and seven-win seasons and six-win seasons. Those prices are a lot easier to pay. And if you're satisfied with going 7-5 and going to the Poulan Weedeater Bowl, you're in the wrong program. We are into building championships here."
Reply52 months
I don't see what's so great about Herman. Houston lost 2 games to underdogs this season.
52 months
He was 22-4 in 2 yrs with wins over FSU, Okla, and Louisville who he beat 33-10 after they beat FSU 63-20 in 3 qtrs, pulling their starters in the 4th. Hou was the only team to beat two top 5 teams this yr. He has a 73rd ranked Roster of 2-3*s, a 2* 5'10" QB, Greg Ward who was a Heisman contender, not much depth, played with key players injured all year. LSU had a 2nd ranked Roster and is probably going to end up 7-5. The teams HOU lost to were noteworthy for their Coaching. Navy -ranked last 2 yrs - they played them in the Hurricane. Memphis ranked previous 2 yrs had been coached by Fuente and their new Coach is great. SMU is coached by Chad Morris the Herman Clone who turned CLEM around from 2011-14 and recruited and trained DeShaun Watson.
52 months
Once he committed to Bama, LSU should of let him be.
Reply52 months
F$cking hate that god damn program in tuscaloosa. Absolutely taking the fun out of my fall saturdays. Saban....go jump off a bridge you mercenary
Reply52 months
I appreciate what Saban has done here and at ALA. The 9-6 Game of the Century was boring as hell compared to watching today's spread offenses. 2 yrs ago 90% of ALA fans said Saban would never go to a HUNH RPO spread offense. He evolved along with 95% of the FBS. LSU football is mediocre and boring and wasting top talent. We are likely to end up 7-5 with the #2 Roster in the country.
52 months
This posts hatred fuels my soul. Thank you. Bath in that hate. Let it flow.
52 months
Moses. U Smart.
Reply52 months
Will smith did less to provoke Cardell Hayes than Dylan Moses did to provoke LSU fans.
Reply52 months
Financial aid agreement must be short for Dodge Charger with a trunk full of cash.
Reply52 months
I knew this was gonna happen. He was never going to LSU. Just wanted to take another trip and get wined and dinned by LSU one more time before going on his marry way. And LSU walked right into it. Sell-out. Let him go. Next years LSU squad won't be your grandpa's Tigers. Believe that!
Reply52 months
This is the part that annoys me the most. He let LSU keep spending money on him in hopes of landing his signature, knowing full well he was going elsewhere. And he just kept dangling that carrot out there for sh*ts and giggles.
52 months
I don't normally post a lot on here, nor do I like to wish ill-will on a kid but I hope catches a rash of kidney stones for selling out...notice I didn't say ACL's. We still gonna have a solid class fellas, let's finish strong!!
Reply52 months
He knew he was signing before he came this weekend.
Reply52 months
Just can't believe it. He got played in an effort to hurt LSU and he loved it.
Reply52 months
Without question one of the very best trolls and attention driven guys to ever be recruited.
Reply52 months
Get ready to get hit.
Reply52 months
Sellout. Take your attention whoring self elsewhere.
Reply52 months
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