Four-star offensive lineman Steven Moss is planning a return trip to UVa for yet another visit later this week. This visit will be an overnight trip and the Chancellor standout previewed it for CavsCorner.
Moss, the 6-foot-4, 270-pound Rivals100 lineman, will travel to Charlottesville on Friday and plans to spend the night with some of the linemen currently on the team.
He will then stay for a practice on Saturday, which will take place from 12:30 to 2:30 at Scott Stadium. It won't be his first time hanging out with the Cavalier linemen, nor will it be his first UVa practice.
"I know several of them," Moss explained. "I know [Jackson] Matteo and I've started to talk to Mo, Morgan Moses, a little bit. I also know Luke Bowanko. They're all really good guys.
"The practices up there are good. They're really intense. They go hard."
Moss now has more to compare UVa's practices against. He just visited Tennessee over the last few days and the Volunteers had a huge recruiting weekend. They have had a bit of momentum recently.
So what did Moss think of it?
"It was pretty good," he said. "The coaches there have the program in the right direction. I think they should have a pretty good team in a little while. It was kind of a family cookout kind of thing for the families of the players. We had a good time."
While Moss hasn't made a decision yet, Virginia remains in very good shape. He told CavsCorner that he talks to Virginia offensive line coach Scott Wachenheim "just about every night" and that relationship has grown even stronger in recent weeks.
Is there any chance Moss makes a decision in the next week or two?
"I'm not exactly sure when it will be but I think it will be a little bit longer than that," he said.