T.C. Williams Senior Signs With Coastal Carolina

Titans wide receiver Landon Moss will join the Coastal Carolina football team in the fall.

T.C. Williams High School senior Landon Moss is headed to Coastal Carolina University to play football. 

Moss, who is listed at 6-foot-4 and 195 pounds, signed his letter of intent with the Conway, S.C., school on Wednesday’s National Signing Day.

“Officially a Coastal Carolina Chanticleer!!” Moss tweeted early Wednesday.

The All-Patriot District receiver is one of 30 players in the Chanticleers’ 2013 recruiting class. 

“I think we’ve got a really, really good recruiting class,” Coastal Carolina football coach Joe Moglia said. “If a freshman is good enough to start, he will start. But, he has to earn that right in camp.”

Check out highlights of Moss playing for the Titans.

Alec Grosser, who played quarterback for the Titans in the fall, signed a letter of intent to play baseball at George Mason in November.

"Alec is a very high profile pitcher and we expect him to have a phenomenal career at Mason,” Mason baseball coach Bill Brown said in a November release. “His fastball has been clocked as high as 95 this past summer and he will be a core member of our pitching staff as a freshman. I look forward to seeing him reach his potential at Mason and become a dominant top of the rotation pitcher for us."

According to The Washington Post, St. Stephen’s-St. Agnes running back Darius Manora was fielding offers from Penn, Columbia, Monmouth, Navy, Georgetown, Cornell and Mercer, while Bishop Ireton corner back Geno Miller had previously made a verbal commitment to New Hampshire.

Any other prep athletes sign letters of intent on Wednesday? Tell us in the comments.


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