Nov 5, 2011; College Park, MD, USA; The Virginia Cavaliers mascot watches the action against the Maryland Terrapins at Byrd Stadium. Virginia beat Maryland, 31-13. Mandatory Credit: Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports

Football Recruiting: Steven Moss Commits to Virginia


The Virginia Cavaliers received their third verbal commit from the Class of 2014 after four-star offensive guard Steven Moss committed to Virginia on March 23rd. Moss joins Quin Blanding and Chris Nelson as Virginia commits.

The Fredericksburg, Virginia native received offers from the Virginia Cavaliers, Arkansas Razorbacks, Auburn Tigers, Boston College Eagles, Clemson Tigers, East Carolina Pirates, Florida State Seminoles, Illinois Fighting Illini, Maryland Terrapins, North Carolina State Wolfpack, North Carolina Tar Heels, Oklahoma Sooners, Old Dominion Monarchs, Penn State Nittany Lions, South Carolina Gamecocks, Syracuse Orange, Tennessee Volunteers, Virginia Tech Hokies, and West Virginia Mountaineers.

Moss chose the Cavaliers over two other Virginia teams and nine ACC teams. His recruitment really picked up in 2013. Since January, five teams offered at Moss before his commitment on March 23rd.

He visited Virginia three times during his recruitment.

He was being recruited by Virginia’s tight ends coach, Scott Wachenheim.

Moss is a 6’5″, 275 pound offensive lineman from Fredericksburg, Virginia. He is currently a junior at Chancellor High School.

The four-star recruit is currently ranked 9th in the state of Virginia, 13th among offensive guards, and 218th nationally among 2014 high school recruits by 247Sports.

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