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Mountaineers Offer Safety out of Ohio

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West Virginia checks back into Ohio to offer class of 2019 safety Moses Douglass out of Springfield High School. The 6’2″ 186-lbs defensive back is very excited about the offer.

Moses can recognize a play and has the quickness to make a play on the ball. He is physical in both the running and passing game. Douglass is also a big hitter.

He’s been talking to the coaching staff for awhile and he’s is happy to hear that he earned the offer.  Knowing that the West Virginia football program has a winning history and has success putting defensive backs in the league is a positive for him.

When asked about coach Gibsons 3-3-5 defense, Moses said, “its an opportunity to put more athletes on the field, and having three safeties gives you more of an opportunity to play.”

He most likely will be in town for junior day next weekend. The same day the Mountaineer Men’s Basketball team plays host to Kentucky.

He molds his game around Ronnie Harrison and Earl Thomas.

Players he likes that are currently wearing the Old Gold and Blue are quarterback Will Grier and Wide Receiver David Sills.

Most important thing about him picking a school is a winning background and feeling comfortable.

One thing about playing in the Big XII is getting interceptions because opposing offenses are going to throw the ball.

Douglass hasn’t put out any top schools as of yet.

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