USC keeping tabs on Moody
01/03/2013 12:53 AM
01/03/2013 12:57 AM
ATH Mykal Moody of Conway received renewed interest from Clemson and USC after his Shrine bowl performance. Neither school has offered Moody but both reached out to him after the game.
"My phone kind of blew up after the Shrine Bowl," said Moody. Another school that renewed its interest in Moody was Marshall. "I talked to one of their coaches and he is coming to visit me in a couple of weeks," he said. "I think we're going to set up a visit for the 18th (January). Me and Chocolate Wilson are going to visit together."
Moody is also hearing from Miami and Texas A&M but the possible future sanctions at 'The U' has Moody apprehensive. "I know something is still going on with that so I think I need to talk to my parents more about it," he admitted.
Two schools he plans to visit are Marshall and East Carolina and is still considering visits to USC and Clemson. "To be honest, I've already been to Clemson and Carolina so I don't have to visit again," said Moody. "Chocolate and me were talking about that today. I just want to go somewhere that I can play and fit in. It doesn't have to be at Clemson or Carolina if there is another place better for me."
Moody does not have a favorite.
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