LSU’s Les Miles mistakes 5-star LB recruit for current player at press conference
LSU coach Les Miles accidentally misspoke saying the Tigers could have former 2017 linebacker commitment Dylan Moses instead of tight end Dillon Gordon — in the mix for Saturday’s game against Florida.
Of course Moses — a former LSU commitment and the No. 1 prospect in the 2017 recruiting class, according to 247Sports — decommitted from LSU in August.
The good news is No. 6 LSU could have one of its tight ends healthy for the major game against No. 8 Florida. The bad news is Miles may be better off having Moses for the game.
Moses pledged to the hometown Tigers as an eighth-grader, but has since re-opened his recruitment. LSU remains an option for the elite prospect.
Dillon Gordon and Tashawn Bower … "They both should play." Les makes "Dylan Moses" mistake again in the process. Jalen Mills farther off
— Jerit Roser (@JeritRoser) October 12, 2015
This is a once in a lifetime deal and I wanna live this process up to the fullest. Thank you. pic.twitter.com/rgQ19YTORi
— King Ⓜ️oses (@TheDylan1Moses) August 3, 2015