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Over the last decade we have seen a handful of phenom teenage athletes receive scholarship offers from elite college football and basketball programs, but the latest chapter in adolescent recruiting may have reach an all-time high.
Dylan Moses, a 6’0″ 205 lb soon-to-be 8th grader was offered a full scholarship from the LSU Tigers coaching staff after a goliath-like performance at their football camp last week. Aside from his mature frame and imposing strength, Moses posted a 40 time of 4.46 seconds and blew away the conditioning staff with a 34-inch vertical.
The outside linebacker from Baton Rouge would still have to wait five years, when he is eligible to sign a letter of intent, to offically become a Tiger.
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