UMass 2015 verbal commits Diasjon Robinson, and Joe Parsons have a new classmate. Off to a rather slow start comparred to last year, the Minutemen finally landed their third commitment of the cycle yesterday during the now annual recruiting Clam-Bake, held on the UMass campus.
According to the Maroon Musket, Lee Moses, a 6-foot-1 200-pound two-way star from Rhode Island power Bishop Hendricken High School, is the latest prospect to give head coach Mark Whipple, and the Minutemen a verbal pledge. Moses, who starts at both wide receiver, and defensive back on the high school level has the ability to play either in college, but most feel he could make a transition to defense full-time when he reaches UMass.
Playing for the Hawks, who have now won four straight Rhode Island State Championships, Lee, an All-State selection, was a main reason why his squad walked away with another title last season.
On offense, the then junior rushed for 125 yards, caught 17 passes for 420 yards, and scored a total of six touchdowns. In the defensive secondary Moses was a ballhawk, ending his season with 50 total tackles, and four interceptions, while also being a threat in the return game on special teams.
To see what Lee Moses will add to the UMass football roster, take a few moments to check out some of his highlights from last season, courtesy of the crew at Hudl:
EDITOR'S NOTE: We failed to properly attribute the information for this story to the original source of Mosses' commitment, Maroon Musket. we apologize for the error, and have edited the post to properly attribute the first report to the Maroon Musket and linked to the post.