Five-star Alabama linebacker commitment Dylan Moses stopped by LSU's campus on Tuesday and visited with coach Ed Orgeron and other members of the staff, according to Jimmy Smith with NOLA.com:
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LSU hosted Alabama linebacker commitment Dylan Moses on Tuesday, according to a source. The 6-foot-3, 240-pound five-star linebacker is home for the Thanksgiving break and met with Ed Orgeron and staff members during his visit.

Orgeron is not holding back, according to a source, who stated that "O is putting in work" on Moses.
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.

Smith added in his report that Moses has developed and strong relationship with Orgeron and defensive back coach Corey Raymond.
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Who that hire is will have an impact on Moses' final decision. Orgeron and Corey Raymond have developed quite the bond with elite prospect, and if they are not retained, it would greatly reduce LSU's ability to sign the early enrollee. Moses would likely be pleased if Orgeron were given the permanent head coaching title, but hiring Houston's Tom Herman could also have a positive impact.
The 6-2, 220-pound RB/LB prospect from Baton Rouge, LA has attended University High for the past three years but is currently attending IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL for his senior year.

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

Comments

27 Comments
Son, you obviously want to be at LSU. Stop the bull shite and go where your heart is. LSU.
Reply53 months
What I'd like to believe: Jimbo flew to BR and met with Coach O who gave him his blessing and said he'd stay on his staff. He then called Moses and invited him to meet him, then as a surprise,introduced him to the next head coach at LSU, and Dylan blushed.
Reply53 months
That would be one hell of a recruiting violation
53 months
I'm interested to see who turns out to be the better player out of him and Devin White. I associate those two together in my mind for some reason. Is Moses definitely playing LB?
Reply53 months
km
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IMO, White is quicker to read and react. Both are great athletes but MLB is about a lot more than athleticism.
53 months
He should pick a school and stick to it. In no way will he influence a coaching hire here. Great talent, but he's 17. We have no room for him in the front office. It's ironic that his actions, like not believing in Miles, led to the AD losing faith as well. They are tired of losing top talent. Then he say he would have come if Miles were here. But while miles was here, he had our largest rival as his favorite.. jrvonte needs to explain this to his son...be a leader. He is following. LSU has always put guys in the league. That's his goal. NO reason to betray your love and commit to the enemy.
Reply53 months
So much stupid in this post, I don't even know where to start.
53 months
This is what makes think O might stick around if doesn't get the gig
Reply53 months
Nick won't be happy about this.....
Reply53 months
Good, let him pull his scolly!!!
53 months
frick this traitor
Reply53 months
So he's going to Bama and would like to see LSU keep Orgeron. Thanks big guy.
Reply53 months
Could be trolling but judging by Bamas haul of LB's last season, and this season including a few still uncommitted.. Its highly unlikely he sees the field anytime soon.. The one Bama commit and the Browning kid a far better Lb's. Watching them this summer had a little to do with it though. Those kids were just as fast and more physical imo..
Reply53 months
Cowan kid is going to be the next big thing at LBer in BAMA
53 months
Saban putting in work with his commits trying to secure Coach O, this is sad. On the other hand, if Moses is truly interested in LSU no matter the Coach... Welcome home!
Reply53 months
rsbd
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I'm so tired of hearing about this D-bag
Reply53 months
How did Moses shrink an inch and lose 20 lbs in the amount of time it took to read this post?
Reply53 months
If he commits to Alabama he's 6'3 240. LSU 6'2 220
53 months
Attention whore... move on...
Reply53 months
So much for shutting down recruitment
Reply53 months
This kid's prima donna-ness is getting close to eclipsing his talent.
Reply53 months
Please go get Herman!
Reply53 months
He's looking at his future fellow five star linebackers riding the bench @Bama while he would be starting Thursday if at LSU. Have a good feeling on this one
Reply53 months
Exactly Godfather. These 18 year old kids all want their moment in the sun in case they don't pan out on the gridiron. Let em have it. Any player worth having will come to LSU!
Reply53 months
This kid is the ultimate troll
Reply53 months
Offer him the head coach position.
Reply53 months
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