After traveling to Tuscaloosa and Baton Rouge to visit the Alabama Crimson Tide and LSU Tigers, Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy linebacker Dylan Moses won't be taking his planned trip to Austin to see the Texas Longhorns this weekend:
The Longhorns are among the top schools for the 6'2, 220-pounder, but the Crimson Tide are his leader and he was a long-time Tigers pledge before opening his recruitment last fall. So there was clearly some ground for head coach Charlie Strong and company to make up when the visit was pending and there may be even more separation at this time.
Moses has been to Texas several times in the past and there haven't been any changes on the staff in terms of his position coach or coordinator, but it's certainly disappointing that the nation's No. 2 prospect won't be on campus and it puts a little bit more pressure on the staff to secure a visit this summer to maintain an outside shot at landing his services.