The nation’s No. 1 recruit in the Class of 2017 and former LSU commit Dylan Moses used to play high school football in Baton Rouge, La..
But Moses no longers plays football in Louisiana and is no longer a LSU commit.
Earlier this weekend, the five-star linebacker announced he would transfer from University Lab School (Baton Rouge) to IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.)
The change of scenery has seemingly given the 6-foot-2, 220-pound prospect a new look on recruiting.
“Definitely gotta go checkout the (Miami) Canes, FSU & Gators since I’m gonna be here all year,” Moses tweeted.
“This should be a very interesting year.”
Moses de-committed from LSU back in August prior to the start of his junior season, but maintained close ties to the program.
When Les Miles’ job was in jeopardy, Moses defended the coach to SEC Country.
He also mentioned that if Miles was out of the picture, he’d further explore colleges in the state of Texas and Alabama.
Though Miles is staying put, Moses did not include LSU in his top five last month. That top five was comprised of Alabama, Florida, UGA, UCLA and Texas.
Moses unofficially visited Florida State in September 2014, and also holds offers from both Miami and Florida. He reportedly has offers from 25 schools, including 11 in the SEC.
It appears as if there is still a long road ahead of us when it comes to Moses. His transfer to IMG Academy could potentially be a game-changer.
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