Player Profile DYLAN MOSES

Player Profile DYLAN MOSES


32 DYLAN MOSES - BIO 

POSITION                   : LB
HEIGHT                      : 6-3
WEIGHT                     : 240
CLASS                        : Senior
HOMETOWN             Alexandria, La.
HIGH SCHOOL IMG : Academy

Senior (2020)

The captain in the middle of the Alabama defense ... returned to the field after missing the 2019 season due to injury ... earned first team All-America honors by the AFCA ... second team All-America selection by CBS Sports ... named a third team All-American by the Associated Press ... selected as a semifinalist for the Lott IMPACT Trophy and the Mayo Clinic Comeback Player of the Year ... first team All-SEC honoree by the league coaches ... led UA in total tackles with 80, including 6.5 for loss (-33 yards) ... also posted 1.5 sacks (-20 yards), three pass breakups, a forced fumble and one interception as a senior ... First Team Preseason All-America selection by the AP, ESPN.com and USA Today ... named a second-team honoree by The Sporting News and Walter Camp ... selected to the Butkus Award Watch List for a third consecutive season ... also selected to the watch lists for the Bednarik Award and the Bronko Nagurski Trophy ... earned defensive player of the week recognition from the UA coaching staff for his play against Georgia and Mississippi State. Missouri: Saw his first action since 2018 and made up for lost time ... finished second on the Tide defense with eight stops, including a team-leading 2.5 for loss (-12 yards) to go with half a sack (-8 yards) ... also credited with two quarterback hurries by the UA coaches. Texas A&M: Recorded six tackles, including half a stop for loss (-1 yard) in the Tide's home opener. Ole Miss: Led the Alabama defense with a career-high 13 tackles, including half a tackle for loss (-1 yard). Georgia: Played perhaps his most consistent game of the season on the way to defensive player of the week recognition from the UA coaches ... finished with 10 tackles, good for second on the defense ... added one sack (-12 yards) on the night ... directed the Tide defense that limited UGA to zero points and only 146 total yards of offense in the second half. Tennessee: Finished with six tackles against the Vols, including one for loss (-4 yards) ... ranked second in tackles for a UA defense that put together its best game to date. Mississippi State: Contributed seven tackles in the shutout effort ... added an interception in the end zone to keep State off the board ... directed an Alabama defense that limited MSU to just 200 yards of offense on the night ... selected as a defensive player of the week by the Alabama coaching staff for his play against the Bulldogs. Kentucky: Guided a Crimson Tide defense that held the Wildcats to only 179 yards of total offense. Auburn: Broke up one pass while registering six tackles in the Iron Bowl ... directed a Tide defense that allowed just 227 total yards to the Tigers. LSU: Returned home as part of a Crimson Tide defense that put together an impressive performance ... finished with three tackles and a pass breakup in Baton Rouge. Arkansas: Recorded three tackles in the regular-season finale ... directed an Alabama defense that limited the Razorbacks to only 188 yards on the day. Florida: Played a huge role for UA in the SEC Championship Game ... tied for the team lead with six tackles, including one for loss (-3 yards) ... added one pass breakup and a forced fumble to his stat line. Notre Dame: Contributed six tackles in the Rose Bowl. Ohio State: Tied for the team lead with six tackles in the CFP National Championship Game ... directed an Alabama defense that limited the high-powered Buckeyes to 24 points, including just seven in the second half.

Junior (2019)

Did not play after suffering a season-ending injury during fall camp.

Sophomore (2018)

A freak athlete who worked on the inside and the outside ... earned second team All-America recognition from Walter Camp ... selected as an All-SEC second team honoree by the league coaches ... was a finalist for the Butkus Award, presented annually to the nation’s top linebacker ... recorded a team-high 86 tackles ... totaled 10 tackles for loss (-41 yards) and 3.5 sacks (-29 yards), while adding one pass breakup, a forced fumble and one quarterback pressure to his sophomore totals ... selected as one of the Alabama coaching staff’s defensive players of the week following the Texas A&M, LSU and Auburn games. Louisville: Started at linebacker for the Tide, finishing with four tackles ... added one sack (-3 yards) in the opener. Arkansas State: Recorded three tackles, including his second sack of the season (-9 yards), and added one pass breakup against the Red Wolves. Ole Miss: Tallied three tackles in Oxford ... helped limit the Rebels to only 248 yards of total offense, more than 300 yards below their season average entering the matchup with the Tide. Texas A&M: Led all Tide defenders in tackles with nine, including one tackle for loss (-2 yards) ... earned defensive player of the week honors from the UA coaching staff for his play against the Aggies. Louisiana: Contributed five tackles against Lafayette, including half a sack (-5 yards). Arkansas: Paced the Crimson Tide defense with 10 tackles in Fayetteville, including half a stop for a loss (-1 yard) ... added a quarterback hurry while forcing his first fumble of the season. Missouri: Recorded four tackles against the Tigers ... helped lead a defensive unit that limited Mizzou to only 10 points and 212 yards of total offense, well below their season average. Tennessee: Registered four tackles in Knoxville, including a season-high tying two for loss (-3 yards) ... played a key role along the Tide defensive front that limited the Vols to only 31 yards rushing on 30 carries. LSU: Earned defensive player of the week honors from the UA coaching staff in his return home to Baton Rouge ... totaled six tackles to tie for second on the team and added half a tackle for loss (-1 yard) ... directed a Tide defensive unit that limited the Tigers to only 196 yards of total offense in the shutout effort. Mississippi State: Tied for the team lead in tackles with six stops against the Bulldogs ... added one sack (-12), part of the Tide’s five on the night ... helped the UA defense post its second consecutive shutout against a ranked opponent. The Citadel: Finished with seven tackles against the Bulldogs. Auburn: Led the Crimson Tide defense in tackles with nine, including one for loss (-2 yards), to earn himself defensive player of the week recognition from the UA coaching staff ... helped limit the high-powered Tiger offense to only 283 yards on the day. Georgia: Contributed six tackles in the SEC Championship matchup. Oklahoma: Paced the Tide with six tackles in the Orange Bowl. Clemson: Recorded four tackles against the Tigers.

Freshman (2017)

Named to the SEC All-Freshman team ... played in 11 games, including two starts, prior to suffering a foot injury during practice for the CFP Semifinal ... collected 30 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss (-24 yards) and 1.5 sacks (-17 yards) ... also forced a fumble and collected one interception ... earned special teams player of the week honors from the Alabama coaches following his performance at Vanderbilt ... selected as a defensive player of the week by the Alabama coaches following his play against Mercer. Florida State: Made significant contributions on defense and special teams in his first collegiate game ... rotated in at linebacker for most of the game ... finished with one tackle, in which he forced a fumble on kickoff coverage to set Alabama up for a score ... added a fumble recovery on punt team after Damien Harris blocked the Seminole attempt. Fresno State: Earned extended playing time at linebacker while continuing his efforts on the special teams units ... collected a pair of tackles with one on kickoff coverage and the second on defense. Vanderbilt: Returned to action after missing the Colorado State game ... made one tackle on the afternoon, coming on kickoff coverage ... his key stop against the VU kick return game earned him special teams player of the week honors from the UA coaches. Ole Miss: Saw time at linebacker and in special teams coverage against the Rebels but did not record any stats. Texas A&M: Came off the edge at linebacker while also working with special teams units but did not collect any tackles. Arkansas: Worked on defense and special teams but did not spot the stat sheet. Tennessee: Recorded one tackle against the Volunteers, pairing with Keith Holcombe to stop the UT returner after a 19-yard return on the kickoff. LSU: Saw his most extensive playing time of the season in a linebacker role following the loss of Shaun Dion Hamilton ... finished with two tackles including 1.5 sacks (-17 yards) ... first sack ended a Tiger drive before a second sack that forced a turnover on downs, taking down the LSU quarterback for a loss of 11 yards to seal the Tide victory. Mississippi State: Rotated in at middle linebacker for the Crimson Tide, finishing with two tackles against the Bulldogs. Mercer: Earned his first career start and did not disappoint ... led the Crimson Tide with 11 stops, including 4.0 for a loss (-7 yards) ... the 4.0 tackles for loss is the most by a member of the UA defense this season ... added his first career interception which he returned for 11 yards ... his efforts earned him defensive player of the week accolades from the Alabama coaching staff. Auburn: Started for a second consecutive week and totaled a game-high 10 tackles in the Iron Bowl matchup.

High School and Personal Data

A January 2017 early enrollee who arrived at the Capstone as a unanimous five-star linebacker prospect ... participated in the Under Armour All-America Game, Nike's 2016 "The Opening" and the Rivals100 Five-Star Challenge ... 2017 Parade Magazine National Player of the Year ... 2016 Butkus Award recipient as the nation's top high school linebacker ... 2017 first team Parade All-American ... named to the first team All-USA squad by USA Today ... also a first team MaxPreps.com All-American in 2016 ... No. 5 in the ESPN300, the No. 1 athlete, No. 1 player in Florida and No. 2 in the Southeast region ... No. 5 on the PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team ... No. 13 in the 247Composite and the second-best outside linebacker ... Scout.com listed him at No. 14 in the Scout300, the nation's top linebacker and No. 2 player in Florida ... the nation's second-best outside linebacker by 247Sports and No. 32 in the Top247 ... No. 32 in the Rivals100 and the No. 2 outside linebacker ... 2015 second team All-American by MaxPreps.com ... had 116 tackles as a senior in 2016, including eight for a loss, and added two sacks ... recorded 104 tackles and three sacks as a junior in 2015 at University Lab in Baton Rouge, La., playing for head coach Chad Mahaffrey ... played for head coach Kevin Wright at IMG Academy ... chose Alabama over LSU, Miami, Texas and UCLA.

Source : rolltide