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Date published: 2/8/2013


"I saw no reason not to [accept the offer]," Mihota said. "It's a great school. I want to study engineering when I get to college, and it's a great football program. They loved me as a sophomore, so I figured if they had that much interest in me, then it would be a good place for me to go."

Moss isn't as certain as Mihota at this point. He wants to make sure he finds the right fit, because he says he'll be bound to his decision once he makes it.

"The way I look at it is, I don't want to be one of those guys that commits to a school and then de-commits. That's one of the things I will not do," Moss said. "That shows you're not trustworthy. That's just one of the things I wouldn't do personally.

"Good for Vinny. He found his spot right away. That's excellent. He knew he wanted to go there right away. That's another way of approaching recruiting. I'm not taking that approach. I'm trying to make sure everything is right before I do it."

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Wondering which area players might sign their names to letters of intent in 2014? Here are some recruits to watch.

Damon Daniel, Colonial Forge QB Dewey Decatur, Courtland OT Daniel Ezeagwu, Colonial Forge TE/S David Ezeagwu, Colonial Forge LB Corey Henderson, King George QB/LB Matt Knowles, Courtland LB Javonte Latney, Massaponax RB *Vinny Mihota, Massaponax DE Steven Moss, Chancellor OL Steve Sobczak, Massaponax OL Joey Slye, North Stafford LB/K Kyle Talley, Courtland WR/DB

*--Committed to Virginia Tech