Could Dylan Moses be hinting a return to Alabama for 2020?
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Alabama fans are waiting with anticipation on which draft-eligible juniors will decide to return to the Crimson Tide for their senior year.
One of those juniors is middle linebacker, Dylan Moses.
A native of Baton Rouge, La., Moses was ready to captain this defense, until a knee injury happened in August camp.
He has not played all year and for the former five-star, he desires to be on the field with his teammates.
Despite some NFL Draft analysts viewing him between late first-to-early second round, he posted a photo to his Instagram story on Saturday that could be hinting a possible return to school.
The 6-foot-3, 235-pounder made the All-Freshman team for the Southeastern Conference in 2017 and led the team in total tackles (85) last year. He has tremendous instincts and upon sustaining an injury, Nick Saban mentioned to reporters how much of a leader Moses was.
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Anything can happen between now and Jan. 20 of next year, but this is interesting.
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