Zach Moss Senior Highlights

Zach Moss Senior Highlights

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Versatile player. Looks like he can contribute in short yardage, passing downs and also serve as a core special teamer.

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I like him more now than I did after his junior year. Kid can really bounce off arm tackles and could definitely see a handful of short yardage touches. Speed is clearly not his game but he sure runs it hard. he is gonna hit 235 at the college level and be a wrecking ball.
 
Not a burner but definitely not slow. Very powerful lower body, has good vision and catches very well. He'll be the type that rips off chunks of yardage by running through arm tackles. No saying he is, but he reminds me of Emmitt Smith, not fast, but powerful with good vision and can make people miss.
 
Pass on this kid and get a speed merchant like Killians

Moss is never going to play in front of
Yearby
Walton
Edwards
Burns
Homer

So get a kid that brings something different or just stick with homer
 
Pass on this kid and get a speed merchant like Killians

Moss is never going to play in front of
Yearby
Walton
Edwards
Burns
Homer

So get a kid that brings something different or just stick with homer

I say bring in Killins in addition to Homer and Moss. We need an old fashioned thumper. Homer isn't it, he is more of a Yearby type. Killins is more of a slot-back. Unless we can get Fils Aime, no reason why Moss or Killins is either/or. Fils-Aime is arguably the best back in the state this cycle though.

Will be interesting to see what the new coach is able to pull out with this class.
 
I think a one two of Moss and Homer could be great. Loosin em up with Moss then take it to the house with Homer
 
Just decommitted lol

Swag 16 loses another one

The ghost of Al Golden
 
Good.

Now the next staff needs to prioritize the guy who should've been the 1A target at RB all along: Carlin Fils-Aime. That's a Miami back.

My aunt and uncle adopted a kid about a year ago. Long story short, he's a sophomore at Naples, word he's got is that Fils-Aime wanted to be a cane, Golden slow played him, and he felt the most interest from UT. He and Byrd want to play together.

The best news was that Fils-Aime gave us was he didn't commit to Auburn, as Byrd may have followed and it would have been a more difficult pull than UT will be.
 
Good.

Now the next staff needs to prioritize the guy who should've been the 1A target at RB all along: Carlin Fils-Aime. That's a Miami back.

My aunt and uncle adopted a kid about a year ago. Long story short, he's a sophomore at Naples, word he's got is that Fils-Aime wanted to be a cane, Golden slow played him, and he felt the most interest from UT. He and Byrd want to play together.

The best news was that Fils-Aime gave us was he didn't commit to Auburn, as Byrd may have followed and it would have been a more difficult pull than UT will be.

I remember the part about him being slow played by Golden. Really hope the next staff prioritizes Fils-Aime and makes a big push for him. Our backfield would benefit greatly from adding Homer and Fils-Aime. Think they both have higher ceilings than any back currently on our roster.

And I remember certain posters here giving me s*** for my opinion that Moss isn't a Miami caliber RB. Wonder if they'll be consistent with their stance or if they'll open their eyes now that he's not a part of this class anymore.

Moss is a good back but I really think that if he was smart and wanted to be a cane, he should have held his place in the class. I don't see the next HC valuing him like Golden did, even if he wants back in I don't think anyone else (as in the next HC)takes him. Like I said he's good, but I don't see him getting much bigger, faster, maybe just a little stronger. He would never be a true player here, at most a 3rd down short yardage guy with his pass catching skills.
 
Getting rid of Golden was the best thing, not only is he gone, but all the questionable takes he had on the recruiting trail are leaving too. Richards hurts and Uche a little as well, but Pulley and Moss.. They are the guys you pursue at the end of the cycle, not early takes. Like you said, Fils-Aime should never be slow played for a guy like Moss. There are hundreds of clones like him out there.
 
Seen him in person. Moss runs like a Big 10 guy to me.
 
not fast at all..probably wouldnt play in front of what we currently have or Homer.

Saw him against Heritage his best comp andhe couldnt get anything going...Hes put together nicely though. I can see him fitting in with another team...scheeme..he would work good at a Syracuse or even Nc State.
 
Just watched his film. Good but not great. Certainly nothing like Yearby or Walton. Those are the types of backs Miami should get annually. This will probably work out best for Moss as he wouldn't get much burn here (Choc doesn't even play and is far more athletic)
 
Going to utah with his two teammates, dont blame him he will be a better fit there anyways
 
Thankful he left because this guy is super slow. He would never make it past the LOS.
 

2021 Commits

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6'5"
220
Fort Lauderdale, FL
DT
6'4"
255
Miami, FL
OG
6'2"
295
Miami, FL
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290
Miami, FL
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180
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210
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6'3"
190
Melbourne, FL
S
5'11"
200
Miami, FL

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