Alabama linebacker early enrollee Dylan Moses is still collecting awards for his outstanding high school career.
The Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy product’s latest honor is a prestigious one. He’s been named Parade Magazine‘s National Player of the Year, and will be recognized on Feb. 5.
“If you look at recent history, one of the most highly acclaimed early, so to speak, kids that I had ever heard of,” Ascenders head coach Kevin Wright said. “He’s had all these different accolades and I think that the first impression of Dylan, when you first meet him, is he’s just this quiet, very humble kid to the point where he’s one of those guys who seems a lot older than what he is, just in regards to maturity.”
The No. 2 outside linebacker in the country, Moses was one of the crown jewels of Alabama’s top-ranked recruiting class.
Here’s a look at where Bama’s class stands as we approach National Signing Day.