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Dylan Moses | Linebacker

Team: Alabama Crimson Tide
Ht / Wt:  6'1" / 213

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Alabama ILB sophomore Dylan Moses worked with the outside linebackers in practice on Thursday.
This is of interest because Moses is projected to be one of the Crimson Tide's starting inside linebackers. However, Alabama often cross-trains their linebackers which would explain some of his time being spent with the outside linebackers. SEC Country's Marq Burnett speculates they could also potentially utilize him "in certain packages as a rusher off the edge." As a true freshman in 2017, Moses recorded 5.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks and added an interception and a forced fumble. He will likely play a significant role in Alabama's defense as a sophomore in 2018. Apr 19 - 8:27 PM
Source: SEC Country

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Alabama freshman LB Dylan Moses (foot) has been ruled out for the Sugar Bowl.

Moses (6'1/213) injured his foot during bowl practice earlier this month. At the time, he was ruled out indefinitely. Tide HC Nick Saban officially passed along word on Wednesday that the freshman linebacker will not play against Clemson in the Sugar Bowl on New Year's Day. Moses turned in 30 tackles (5.5 for loss), an interception and a forced fumble during the regular season. It remains to be seen if he'll be available for the National Championship Game should Alabama advance to their third consecutive title bout.
Wed, Dec 27, 2017 02:30:00 PM

Alabama freshman LB Dylan Moses (foot) has been ruled out indefinitely.

Moses (6'1/213) sustained the foot injury during practice on Monday. His availability for the Sugar Bowl against Clemson is now very much up in the air. Alabama had been dealing with rotten injury luck in the linebacking corps even before Moses went down, with Christian Miller, Anfernee Jennings, Terrell Lewis, Rashaan Evans, Shaun Dion Hamilton and Mack Wilson all suffering injuries of varying degrees during the campaign. Moses has registered 30 tackles (5.5 for loss), an interception and a forced fumble this season.
Source: Tide Sports
Tue, Dec 19, 2017 02:18:00 PM

Alabama received a verbal commitment from five-star 2017 LB Dylan Moses.

Moses plies his trade at IMG Academy in Florida, but hails from Baton Rouge, making his commitment to Bama something of a shot across LSU's bow. Over the summer, he went so far as to tweet that "[n]othing would make me more happy than to see LSU win a National Championship." Maybe not so much anymore. The 6-foot-1, 213-pounder is fresh off an official visit to Alabama, checking them out during Saturday's win over Kentucky. He had been scheduled for officials to Miami, Texas, UCLA and Ohio State, too, but in his Alabama announcement, Moses said that he would no longer be taking visits. notes that he is an "an explosive player" and "someone who will make a lot of plays in the years to come." The outlet believes that while the five-star dynamo has potential as both an offensive and defensive prospect, he is likely to stick on the defensive side once he officially links up with the Crimson Tide.
Mon, Oct 3, 2016 12:25:00 PM

Five-star 2017 LB Dylan Moses will make official visits to Alabama, Miami, Texas, UCLA and Ohio State.

While many prospects continue to sort out potential visits, Moses proved to be ahead of the game. The 6-foot-1, 213-pounder will (officially) take in Alabama vs Kentucky on October 1, Miami vs Florida State on October 8, Texas vs Iowa State on October 15, UCLA vs USC on November 19 and Ohio State vs Michigan on November 26. One interesting omission -- LSU. Moses has family in Baton Rouge and tweeted earlier this month that "[n]othing would me more happy than to see LSU win a National Championship." And he is a former Tiger commit, too, though that came back when he was in the eighth grade.
Tue, Jun 28, 2016 02:52:00 PM

Five-star 2017 LB Dylan Moses tweeted, "Nothing would make me more happy than to see LSU win a National Championship."

Moses committed to the Tigers in the eighth grade, but that somewhat predictably did not hold. Fast-forward three years and LSU could be turning in a velociraptor-esque flanking maneuver as National Signing Day, 2017, slowly nears. The 6-foot-1, 213-pounder has made several visits to LSU this offseason (while he attends IMG Academy in Florida, he has family in Baton Rouge) and after an April trip said, "I just went into the coaching meetings and went over schemes with Coach Aranda, and I decided to put them back into my top five. I really like the defensive scheme after talking to Coach Aranda." Moses ranks as Rivals' No. 13 overall prospect for the 2017 cycle.
Thu, Jun 23, 2016 02:37:00 PM

Rivals recruiting analyst Mike Farrell wants to see five-star 2017 LB Dylan Moses show dominance from the position at the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge.

"Dylan Moses played mostly linebacker last year and was solid but not spectacular at the Future 50 and the Rivals Camp Series stop in New Orleans," Farrell wrote, adding that "there are many" who think the 6-foot-1, 213-pounder has more upside as a running back than as a linebacker. Farrell doesn't count himself in that camp. "I've always felt Moses had the potential to be a great linebacker with this athleticism and quick-twitch ability. Of course, it is tough to evaluate without tackling, but I still want to see him dominate this weekend," the analyst wrote. Woody Wommack -- also of Rivals -- thinks LSU has a good chance to net Moses, regardless of what position he ends up playing.
Source: Rivals
Thu, Jun 9, 2016 03:36:00 PM

Rivals recruiting analyst Woody Wommack predicted that five-star 2017 LB Dylan Moses will sign with LSU.

Wommack's prediction isn't particularly outlandish -- Moses actually committed to the Tigers as an eighth-grader before pumping the brakes -- but stands out given that the 6-foot-1, 213-pound linebacker stated that Alabama was the current leader for his commitment in February. The analyst believes that "it’s hard to see him turning down the chance to play for the Tigers, the school he grew up rooting for as a Louisiana native."
Source: Rivals
Tue, May 31, 2016 12:59:00 PM

2017 five-star LB Dylan Moses indicated that Alabama is currently the leader in the clubhouse for his services.

Moses committed to LSU as an eighth-grader. That's perhaps the most frightening sentence ever written in the history of mankind. Predictably, he's re-opened the recruiting process, as it was never realistic that he would hold to that LSU commitment for four years (though he could circle back around to it). For the time being, he's leaning toward the Tide. "Alabama is still my leader because they are more structured. They have very good discipline over there so they get their kids doing what they have to do," said the 6-foot-1, 213-pounder. In addition to Bama, he listed Texas, Florida, Georgia, UCLA and USC as potential schools to watch. Rivals ranks Moses as their No. 4 overall prospect for the 2017 class.
Mon, Feb 8, 2016 04:41:00 PM

High school freshman Dylan Moses committed to LSU on Sunday.

The 15-year-old from Baton Rouge chose to stay home over offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State and Texas, amongst many others. Moses, who appeared on the cover of July's ESPN The Magazine, ran a 4.46 second 40-yard dash at LSU's camp in July 2012 as a 14-year-old. Already 6-foot-1, 213-pounds, Moses is expected to play running back or linebacker at the next level.
Mon, Sep 23, 2013 01:30:00 PM