2021 quarterback, Miller Moss, is working on narrowing down his recruitment slowly and efficiently, and Alabama looks like a contender for his commitment.
Moss is a product of Bishop Alemany High School in Mission Hills, California. Alabama offered Moss in June during a visit to Tuscaloosa. The California product said he feels Alabama is an intriguing landing spot for him with a possible visit ahead.
“Alabama is very intriguing,” Moss said. “You get to play with the best and with others, who approach football with a similar level of seriousness, talent, drive, commitment and work ethic.”
The Crimson Tide lost a verbal commitment from 4-Star quarterback, Drake Maye, March 5. With Nick Saban constantly stating his desire to add a quarterback in each recruiting cycle, it was no doubt Alabama would continue to push for quarterbacks in the 2021 recruiting class. Alabama has picked up contact with Moss as of late, but Steve Sarkisian, Alabama’s offensive coordinator, has been in contact with Moss for quite some time.
“Yes, they have been in contact, but I have been in contact with coach Sark all along,” Moss said.
Sarkisian has quiet the relationship with Moss as the 2021 quarterback expressed his relationship with Sark feels personal.
“He is just a great guy, mentor and coach,” Moss added. “He really takes the time to get to know me as a player and as a person. It feels personal.”
As a junior, Moss threw for 30 passing touchdowns and 3,223 passing yards for Bishop Alemany. Moss is a pro-style quarterback, who currently stands at 6-2 and weighs 197 pounds.
Several schools want to get Moss on campus for a visit this Spring, including Alabama. A visit to Alabama is expected, but health concerns have the date of the visit in question.
“I do want to visit,” Moss said. “Although, in light of COVID-19, I am not sure. The landscape seems to be changing pretty quickly. It is still my plan to visit as of now.”
A potential decision for Moss will come when him and his family feel comfortable.
“At this point, it is hard to say,” Moss said. “If recruiting activities halt because of the coronavirus response, it will be a little more challenging. When my family and I feel completely comfortable, I will have no hesitation in pulling the trigger.”
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Justin Smith is a Scouting/Recruiting analyst for Touchdown Alabama Magazine. You can follow him on Twitter, via @Jdsmith31Smith