December 2, 2009
Morgan Moses came out of high school as one of the most sought-after offensive lineman in the country. At 6'7" and 347 pounds, Moses was a four star recruit and committed to Al Groh and Virginia. Now at Fork Union Military Academy, Moses is re-evaluating his situation after the Cavaliers fired Groh on Sunday.
The offensive lineman says that he is remaining committed to Virginia right now, but is waiting to see who the next head coach will be. CBS19 caught up with Moses during a workout at Fork Union on Wednesday and he said that the new head coach is the difference maker on several occasions. He has an official visit at South Carolina this weekend and says that in the end he has to do what's best for him.
Moses met with Craig Littlepage on Tuesday and says the meeting went well. He says that he told Littlepage that he would remain committed to Virginia for now, but will also wait and see who the school picks to replace Groh at the head of the program. The offensive lineman is choosing to keep his options open at this point.
Click on the above video link to hear Moses' thoughts on committing to Virginia and where he goes from here.
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