Baton Rouge (La.) University Lab five-star linebacker Dylan Moses is the top-ranked recruit in the class of 2017. He also was committed to LSU from September 2013 until this past summer.
Even with his recruitment now open, and the Tigers mired in a three-game losing streak, Moses remains a fervent supporter of embattled head coach Les Miles. Miles may be rumored to be on his way out of the Bayou, but Moses doesn't agree with removing him from his post.
In a lengthy text-message to the website SECCountry.com, Moses expressed strong backing for Miles. An excerpt of his message is provided below, but we recommend checking visiting SEC Country and out the whole statement here.
“To be honest, I personally think it’s wrong. I have a good relationship with coach Miles, and you have to think about it. Before the three losses, people weren’t talking about firing him because LSU was undefeated. Now look, I think everything is a process. Just like how last year LSU was a really young team. Then they grew. They have improved since last year, and I feel like that they’ll improve even more next year maybe to even win it all OR win most of their regular season games. LSU really has a bright future..."
This is quite interesting, and a clear indication Moses is not only still considering the Tigers, but monitoring the coaching situation at LSU closely.
It's also worth noting that he's expressed serious interest in Alabama, one of LSU's fiercest rivals.
[ SEC Country ]