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When coming out of Brandon Valley High School in South Dakota, Dale Moss wasn’t known for his amazing catches across the middle of the field, he was known for his 18 points and seven rebounds a game for the Linx. Dale led his team to a fourth place finish in the state AA tournament. Dale was a two-time All-Eastern South Dakota selection in basketball and football, a two-time all-state selection in basketball and a captain of the basketball and football teams as a senior. Moss was named MVP of the basketball team as a senior and won both shootout and slam-dunk championships. His most prestigious award was when he was named the Lynx Award winner, the highest honor a Brandon Valley athlete can earn. He spent four years on the team, Dale asked for another year of eligibility to try to play football which he still has a passion for. After being granted another year of eligibility, Dale went on to start for the football team at wide receiver. Dale played in 11 games this year and ended th...
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According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Carolina Panthers have signed second-year wide receiver Dale Moss.
Panthers signed wide receiver Dale Moss
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) June 19, 2013
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