By: Matt Scalici al.com
Few football recruits have ever found themselves in the spotlight as early as Baton Rouge star Dylan Moses. While preparing to enter 9th grade this fall at University Lab High School, the 6-foot-1, 215-pound athlete has received national media exposure after receiving scholarship offers from LSU and Alabama.
Since picking up the offer from the Crimson Tide in January, Moses has found himself on the cover of ESPN The Magazine and picked up six other scholarship offers, including most recently from Auburn.
"We got the word from Coach (Tim) Horton over the weekend that Auburn had decided to offer Dylan," said Dylan's father Edward Moses. "We were thrilled to hear it and we're excited about learning more about Auburn. We know there's a great tradition there of great players like Bo Jackson and Cam Newton and it's great to hear that they want Dylan to be a part of their program."
Auburn will receive an unofficial visit from Moses this weekend to kick off a busy July schedule for the 2017 star.
"We were already planning to be in Alabama for the Alabama camp so we decided we'd go ahead and take a visit to Auburn too while we were up there. We'll visit Auburn on Saturday and then head to Tuscaloosa for the camp on Sunday and Monday."
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