5-star linebacker Dylan Moses is already in Tuscaloosa and enrolled in classes, but the accolades from his illustrious high school career keep rolling in. On Thursday, Moses was named the Parade Magazine National Player of the Year — one of the longest running honors of its kind:
— CAINE (@Dylan7Moses_) January 26, 2017
A prodigy since middle school, Moses was one of the top linebackers in the class of 2017 and could have gone to the school of his choosing. He’ll look to make an early splash with Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide.
By being named the Parade Magazine Player of the Year, Moses joins some elite company, including Herschel Walker, Eric Dickerson and John Elway, among many others.