WATCH: Son of NFL legend makes incredible catch in state playoffs
Thaddeus Moss, son of future NFL Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss, added a couple more amazing clips to his highlight reel Friday night.
Moss reeled in a one-handed grab for a touchdown to help Mallard Creek (Charlotte, N.C.) reach the North Carolina state semifinals. It was one of two touchdowns for Moss and his second straight two-score game. He also hurdled a defender on an earlier play.
Texas A&M is the most recent team to offer Moss, which he said on Twitter was his 31st. He also took an official visit to Texas A&M earlier this month. He’s canceled official visits to UGA, USC and UCLA, though he did say on Twitter that he will reschedule with UCLA. Besides Texas A&M and UGA, he has reported SEC offers from Alabama, Florida, South Carolina and Vanderbilt.
Moss has made several leaping catches in the end zone this season for Mallard Creek, the two-time defending state champions. His catch Friday was on a different level though:
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Here’s another angle of the catch that Moss posted on his Twitter account:
There's levels to this…. pic.twitter.com/KIiNnH0sAL
— Thaddeus Mekhi Moss (@Thaddeusmoss) November 28, 2015
In these highlights from a local television station, Moss even makes an appearance on defense with a sack/forced fumble. Listed at 6-foot-3 and 240 pounds, Moss mostly plays tight end, though he lines up in the slot and out wide at times.
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