Nation’s No. 1 prospect will not attend UGA-Alabama
Several top-rated recruits will be in attendance for UGA’s home game against Alabama on Saturday, but Dylan Moses will no longer be one of them.
The consensus No. 1 player in the class of 2017 confirmed to the AJC’s SECCountry.com that he will not be able to make the trek from Baton Rouge, La., to Athens this weekend. Last week, Moses told SECCountry.com that he and his father, Edward, would make the unofficial visit to UGA. It would have been the first time he’s visited the program since he was in the eighth grade.
However, Moses did confirm that he’ll “probably visit soon”.
As it stands, the 6-foot-2, 220-pound linebacker’s only unofficial visit of the fall came on Sept. 19, when he attended LSU’s home game against Auburn. Originally, he was supposed to attend LSU’s home opener against McNeese State, but the game was cancelled due to weather.