T.C. Williams High School senior Landon Moss is headed to Coastal Carolina University to play football.
Moss, who is listed at 6-foot-4 and 195 pounds, signed his letter of intent with the Conway, S.C., school on Wednesday’s National Signing Day.
“Officially a Coastal Carolina Chanticleer!!” Moss tweeted early Wednesday.
The All-Patriot District receiver is one of 30 players in the Chanticleers’ 2013 recruiting class.
“I think we’ve got a really, really good recruiting class,” Coastal Carolina football coach Joe Moglia said. “If a freshman is good enough to start, he will start. But, he has to earn that right in camp.”
Alec Grosser, who played quarterback for the Titans in the fall, signed a letter of intent to play baseball at George Mason in November.
"Alec is a very high profile pitcher and we expect him to have a phenomenal career at Mason,” Mason baseball coach Bill Brown said in a November release. “His fastball has been clocked as high as 95 this past summer and he will be a core member of our pitching staff as a freshman. I look forward to seeing him reach his potential at Mason and become a dominant top of the rotation pitcher for us."
According to The Washington Post, St. Stephen’s-St. Agnes running back Darius Manora was fielding offers from Penn, Columbia, Monmouth, Navy, Georgetown, Cornell and Mercer, while Bishop Ireton corner back Geno Miller had previously made a verbal commitment to New Hampshire.
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