Thaddeus Moss, son of NFL legend Randy Moss, is going to take an official visit to Texas A&M.
Moss, a 4-star tight end and the No. 9 player at the position according to Rivals.com, tweeted Tuesday night that he will be at Texas A&M this weekend. Moss has more than 30 reported offers, and the Aggies were the latest one, which he reported last week.
A senior tight end for one of North Carolina’s top programs, Moss has also reportedly received offers from Alabama, UGA and Florida. He had previously scheduled an official visit to UGA for the Alabama game on Oct. 3, but canceled because of major flooding in South Carolina caused by Hurricane Joaquin.
Moss took an official visit to N.C. State this past weekend. He has previously canceled visits to Southern Cal and UCLA, though he said he will reschedule with the Bruins.
Moss, listed at 6-foot-3 and 240 pounds, lines up in multiple positions for his high school team. The Aggies do not typically deploy a tight end, but it is possible Texas A&M will pitch the possibility — like some schools have done for Isaac Nauta, the nation’s No. 1 tight end — of adding some wrinkles to coach Kevin Sumlin’s high-powered attack in order to feature a player like Moss.