After seeing his recruitment take off during his breakout season in 2017, West Bloomfield (MI) 2019 wide receiver Tre Mosley has continued to receive interest from several Division 1 programs recently, including Michigan State.
Spartan Nation caught up with the 6-foot-2, 175-pound receiver to talk about his recruitment and #16 Michigan State, and Mosley said that a potential offer from the Spartans would be a big deal for him.
“It would mean a lot to me,” he said. “Getting an offer from my hometown team, it would mean the world to me.”
“I love the Spartans, coach Dantonio,” Mosley added. “I love it!”
Mosley currently holds eight offers at the moment, including offers from Indiana, Cincinnati, Syracuse, Central Michigan and Western Michigan.
In his interactions with Michigan State, Mosley has been hearing from receivers coach Terrence Samuel, who he said he is continuing to build a strong relationship with and is in contact with him on a regular basis.
“Coach Samuel is a great coach,” he said. “It’s just been getting better every day, we talk to each other every day, checking up on each other and making sure we’re both good. I like coach Samuel, he’s a good coach.”
Mosley was last on campus in East Lansing back on November 4th, for the Spartans’ win over Penn State and told Spartan Nation that he came away impressed with the facilities, the atmosphere, and the coaching staff.
“It’s the best thing I’ve ever seen,” he said. “The coaching staff is amazing, they treat everyone like a big family and I would love to be a part of that. It’s a great thing up there.”
But with his eye still on his senior season at the high school level, Mosley remains focused on improving his game and hopes to lead his West Bloomfield to similar success in 2018 after leading his team to the Division 1 state championship game a season ago.
“Speed, I would probably say my short distance speed, because I’m not really a quick guy,” he said. “I run track but I’m more of a long distance, 400 (meter run) type of guy, so I’d like to work on my short burst speed.”
Mosely, who said that he hopes to make a college decision before the start of his senior season and wants to major in business, made a name for himself as a big play receiver on a team that featured two Wisconsin-bound wide receivers in Taj Mustapha and A.J. Abbott and noted that he feels that is one of his biggest and best attributes.
“Make big plays,” he said. “When my team needs a big play, coach and Bryce know they can come to me whenever they need me and I can make a big play for our team.”
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