High school freshman Dylan Moses commits to LSU's 2017 class

Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports

The projected top player in the 2017 class gave his pledge to Les Miles on Sunday night.

Elite 2017 recruit Dylan Moses committed to the LSU Tigers on Sunday night, according to multiple reports.

Moses, a freshman out of Baton Rouge, La., is viewed by most scouting services as the top player in his class. There's still a long way to go in his development as a prospect, but he has all the physical tools a coach could ever ask for at a young age:

Moses is projected to play outside linebacker or running back in college by most recruiting gurus, though his development the next few seasons will likely determine that. ESPN did an in-depth piece on him and his wild recruitment last summer.

Moses was being recruited heavily by just about every big-time college program in America. It will be interesting to see how his recruitment shakes out in the coming years; just because he gave his pledge to LSU does not mean other schools won't keep calling, and a lot can change in a hurry in today's recruiting scene.

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