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2019 wide receiver Tre Mosley talks Michigan offer, future visit plans with other recruits and more

Michigan was Mosley’s favorite school as a young kid, so will it be his future home?

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Tre Mosley

Jim Harbaugh was in West Bloomfield yesterday and extended offers to several high school players. One of those players was 2019 wide receiver Tre Mosley.

“It happened (Friday) during school with coach Harbaugh himself,” Mosley said. “He and my coach were talking about me and Cornell (Wheeler). We spoke for a couple minutes about academics and how I am the top 2019 receiver in the state. Coach (Harbaugh) is a really cool guy.”

Mosley stands at 6-foot-2 and is 175 pounds, according to 247Sports. His big frame gives him the ability to make big plays, which is what Mosley said is one of his best traits as a football player.

“I had about seven plays for over 50 yards,” he said. “And a 99-yard touchdown.”

Mosley said Michigan was his favorite team growing up, but as he got older he began to garner interest in the Michigan State Spartans with their recent successes. He has not received an offer from MSU yet, but it may not be far away with Michigan extending an offer.

Mosley doesn’t have any specific date in mind when it comes to visiting Michigan, but he said his high school coach plans to take him and teammates 2020 safety Makari Paige, 2019 linebacker Lance Dixon and 2020 linebacker Cornell Wheeler to Ann Arbor soon.

“I haven’t got a date yet, but hopefully it’s very soon,” Mosley said.

Mosley also does not have a top list of schools, as he admitted he has not done enough research into the schools that have offered him a scholarship. Those schools include Indiana, Minnesota, Central Michigan, Boston College, Iowa State, Syracuse, Cincinnati, Toledo, Western Michigan, Ball State, Bowling Green and Northern Illinois.

But when it comes to what he looks for in his future school, Mosley already has his mind made up on that.

“A program that throws the ball a lot, and wins,” he said. “Also a great education.”