Moseley(Dudley HS) commits to Tennessee Volunteers

Posted by Andy Durham on September 11, 2013 at 10:08 am under College, High School | 6 Comments to Read

Emmanuel Mosley from Dudley has committed to Tennessee…..

Moseley was on his way to Charlotte(UNCC), but now he is on his way to join the Tennessee Volunteers….

The question is what position will he play there in Knoxville??? Will it be QB, DB, WR or some place else?

We will have to wait and see, as Emmanuel Moseley heads to Tennessee in 2014, but first he hopes to lead the Dudley Panthers to the NCHSAA 4-A football title….Big game for Dudley at home this Friday night, at Tarpley Stadium, versus Durham Hillside….

Hillside Hornets, unbeaten and ranked #6 in the state, in one of the 4-A polls…..

Again, Mr. E(Emmanuel Moseley) from D(Dudley) was headed to C(Charlotte), but now he will be, at T(Tennessee)…..


  • go panthers! said,

    the news & record story on it said he was playing DB: http://www.news-record.com/blogs/hsxtra/article_6a242b28-1a88-11e3-87cc-001a4bcf6878.html

  • witness said,

    congrats! he is turning into a bigtime player and a houshold name!

  • Coach said,

    He will play DB at Tennessee. The DB coach loves his speed and his height at 6 foot tall.

  • Martin said,

    Congratulations to Emmanuel Mosely. He originally commited to Charlote and their new program but the lure of 105,000 seat stadium and playing in the SEC was too much to turn down. Probably a decision that any kid would have made. The only question becomes which school is really the appropriate fit. College athletics has had an enormous amount of kids transferring once they get on campus and realize that they really did not think through their decision from the intial beginning.

  • wow said,

    He would have played at Charlotte. at UT he’s going to be sitting the bench

  • Coach said,

    Wow…just curious how are you able to say that? He may never play, but it’s sad you make a comment like that when a kid gets an opportunity like this. I find it hard to believe the coaches at Tennessee would offer a guy a scholarship to come sit the bench, but heck what do they know.