The University of Texas has changed it's recruiting tactics a great deal in the last two years. Things that would never have been done in the past, such as offering a Middle School kid a scholarship is now a reality. For the 1st time in the history of the school, UT has done this. A common practice in SEC and the PAC12 schools for some time, Texas has joined in on the practice. Can't say I love this but I also don't know what else you do if the NCAA is not going to protect these young people. Just poor practice IMO but my opinion means nothing. Apparently, this is the young man. Dylan Moses is a 6'1" 215 lbs RB/DB from Baton Rouge La. He apparently runs a 4.46 40 and has a 34" Vert right now. Her is a Vid of the youngster. [youtube]bDf65ED83HY[/youtube] Clearly, the young man is very talented but, how in the world can this youngster have any chance, at all, of having a normal life? The entire process will ruin him IMO. I guess we'll see. I just feel like this is completely wrong. These children should be protected but they won't be because that will not make money for the NCAA.