Update: Here are some tweets from Moses on his visit:


Elite five-star Alabama linebacker commit Dylan Moses will be visiting LSU this weekend, according to NOLA.com:
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Five-star Alabama linebacker commit Dylan Moses, a former LSU commit, will take his final recruiting visit this weekend and it will be at LSU, a source told NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune.

This is the last official-visit weekend prior to the NCAA's dead period, and his decision to visit LSU could be an indication of his intentions. But then again, it could be nothing more than Moses showing respect to coaches who have recruited him for a long time.
Moses gave his verbal commitment to Alabama over LSU back in October, just a week after Les Miles was fired. Shortly after announcing his decision, he told SEC Country that he would have ended up at LSU had Miles not been fired.

Since then, new head coach LSU Ed Orgeron, defensive back coach Corey Raymond, and defensive coordinator Dave Aranda has been working hard to get Moses to LSU.

The 6-2, 220-pound RB/LB prospect is from Baton Rouge, LA but attended IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL for his senior year. He is expected to enroll early this upcoming January.

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

Comments

43 Comments
Block him at the gates. He chose poorly. Saban is going to take one last crack at the NFL. He's going for the coach not the school, big mistake.
Reply52 months
"he told SEC Country that he would have ended up at LSU had Miles not been fired." Horse pucky
Reply52 months
he's known Les since he was 8 years old. He's gone to family dinners over there well before being recruited. He was a Tiger as long as les was there.
52 months
"he told SEC Country that he would have ended up at LSU had Miles not been fired." Horse pucky
Reply52 months
Well he was never a tiger at heart, Fournette could have went anywhere and he chose his heart this kid is making a mistake he won't be able to go back on.
Reply52 months
Spend your whole life dreaming of running out of that tunnel in purple and gold...not sure why he would want to kill that dream now...sign with the wrong team and that dream will never come true.
Reply52 months
Well I just got a notification that he has signed his financial aid agreement with Alabama. So much for that visit. I hate Alabama
Reply52 months
Dylan Moses is great and all but the fact that he flipped to Bama to me is crazy. Dude was born in Baton Rouge and a commitment from Dylan Moses means about as much as Les Miles telling reporters that he's changing up the offense. Won't care about Moses until he actually makes something official. However, I am glad to see that he still has interest in LSU. If we can bring Kiffin in, believe it will go a long way in landing Moses
Reply52 months
He's doing Saban's work pulling others trying to throw off LSU's numbers
Reply52 months
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In terms that all 5* LBs should be thinking: If a player takes a serious look at the defensive situations in both/all of his programs of choice, a quick cost-benefit analysis will reveal where his future lies, loud and clear. Time is money. Time IS money.
Reply52 months
He wants to be a champion and be the next alpha dog at LBU. Can't wait to see what he can do at Bama.
Reply52 months
LBU? Who ya got? Rolondo the crack head? Bama players are mediocre in the league. Bahahaha. Ever hear of Debo Jones, Kevin Minter, Barkevious Mingo, Kelvin Sheppard and Kwon Alexnder?
52 months
Yeah, when they get off that juice at Bama, they're not that great.
52 months
Sheep following the herd to alabama instead of being the wolf and hunting the sheep
Reply52 months
This.
52 months
So freaking sick of this kids drama. What he did to LSU was worse than Gunner Keil, Torshiro Davis, Cam, Tony, and Hootie combined. We have been heaping praise and love on this kid since 8th grade, and he crapped all over the state of La. At this point I'm just as happy without him as I am with him.
Reply52 months
His betrayal shouldn't be forgiven
52 months
I think he's a troll, myself.
52 months
His heart is with LSU and you only get one chance to play in the purple and gold. I think he comes home and wrecks shop here before going pro.
Reply52 months
Bring him home O, LSU is where you belong Dylan
Reply52 months
Too many linebackers at Bama between last year and this year. Time to come home Moses.
Reply52 months
Free trip home
Reply52 months
Our D is set up perfect for this guy (not that he wouldn't excel at amab). But why wouldn't he want to come play for his home state, for the best DC in the land, in a D that is tailor made for him, for the greatest team with the best fans in all of sports?!?!?!
Reply52 months
So you want them to let it go for a specimen who plays one our greatest positions of needs just because he's committed to another school?
Reply52 months
LSU LET IT GO!!!
Reply52 months
L.........S...............U.............LOCK!!!!!
Reply52 months
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