Nick Saban and the University of Alabama have extended an offer to Baton Rouge native Keylan Moses, class of 2025; Also, he is former UA linebacker Dylan Moses’ little brother. This comes right after Moses’ workout for the Tide during his unofficial Tuscaloosa visit on Monday. 

Moses, an upcoming high school freshman, is already making an impression. He is known for his size - 6’1, 210 lbs; his speed/explosiveness, getting away from trouble and outrunning his competition, shown here; and his adaptability, being able to play multiple positions, LB and RB are the two mentioned by him.

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In his interview with BamaInsider, Moses praises the Crimson Tide and how they have put their mark on college football. “It's all hard work and discipline, but it all comes out in a win,” said Moses. “I love that they strive to be great every year."

His current school, University Lab, in Baton Rouge, is ranked tenth in Geaux Preps Dynasty Rankings for the high schools in Louisiana, having won two titles and five playoff appearances since 2015.

Scouting the next generation of Crimson Tide players is nothing new for Saban, especially for the 2025 class, already giving out two offers already to QB Davi Belfort and Safety DJ Pickett, both from Florida. 

Alabama is Moses’ fourth offer so far. The other schools giving offers are: Louisiana Tech, Mississippi State, and, of course, LSU.

In my “Way Too Early To Predict” predictions, Moses’ landing spot seems like hometown LSU would  be the fit, but with Crimson running in his blood, literally, the Tide could be a big contender.

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