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Bossier City, La.
High School
Bossier HS

1989 All-SEC (SEC Coaches)
1989 First-Team All-SEC (AP)
1989 All-SEC (UPI)
1988 Honorable Mention All-American (AP)
1988 All-SEC (SEC Coaches)
1988 First-Team All-SEC (AP)
1988 All-SEC (UPI)

Two-time consensus All-SEC receiver … Finished career as the third-leading receiver in LSU history with 132 catches for the 2,196 yards and 16 touchdowns … Caught at least one pass in each of the last 26 games he played … Ranked in the league’s top three in receiving two years in a row … Was the only receiver named to the AP All-SEC team … Quickly established himself in 1988 as one of the premier receivers in the SEC after the departure of Wendell Davis and Rogie Magee depleted the Tiger receiving unit.

Finished second in the SEC in catches per game with 5.4 as he caught 59 passes for 934 yards and nine touchdowns … Led the SEC in receiving yards … His 934 yards receiving was the fifth-most in LSU history … His 59 catches totaled the third most in LSU history in a season … Had seven-catch games at Texas A&M (53 yds.), vs. Ohio (123 yds.), vs. Florida (64 yds.) and at Auburn (97yds.) … Had back-to-back 100-yard games twice: Florida State (117 yds.)/Ohio (123 yds.) and Mississippi State (105 yds.)/Tulane (101 yds.) … Caught four touchdown passes in the win over Ohio and had the second most scoring receptions in a single game in LSU history … Caught at least five passes in seven games … Had a long reception of 55 yards vs. Mississippi State … Started every game at flanker … Led the team in punt returns (and ranked No. 7 in the SEC) with 12 returns for 103 yards (8.6 avg.) … Recipient of the Percy E. Roberts Award with Tommy Hodson for the second straight year as team offensive co-MVP.

Finished third in the SEC in catches per game with five as he hauled in 55 tosses for 957 yards and six touchdowns … Was No. 2 in the SEC in receiving yards behind Boo Mitchell’s 1,213 for Vanderbilt … Led the SEC in yards per catch (17.4) for receivers with 20 or more catches … His 957 yards receiving is the fourth most in a single season in LSU history … His 55 receptions was the third most in a single season at the time … Had one seven-catch game and five six-catch games … Caught seven passes for 115 yards vs. Miami … Six-catch games came at Ohio State (117 yds.), vs. Kentucky (54 yds.), vs. Ole Miss (128 yds.), at Alabama (133 yds.) and at Mississippi State (90 yds.) … Had back-to-back 100-yard games twice: Ole Miss (128 yds.)/Alabama (133 yds.) and Miami (115 yds.)/Tulane (112 yds.) … Always a threat with the ball, he ran 24 yards on a reverse at Mississippi State … Started every game at flanker and played with a sprained ankle vs. Alabama … A converted tailback, Moss ran extremely well after the catch … Has perfected the spin move to evade tacklers … Named LSU’s WTBS Player of the Game at Mississippi State … Recipient of the Percy E. Roberts Award as offensive co-MVP with quarterback Tommy Hodson … Caught five passes for 96 yards with long reception of 43 yards in Hall of Fame Bowl.

Made exceptional progress as a receiver catching 11 passes for 217 yards and a touchdown … The scoring reception was a 36-yarder that gave the Tigers their first points in a 26-23 win at Georgia … Had a total of three catches for 57 yards in that game … Had two receptions for 22 yards in LSU’s Mazda Gator Bowl in over South Carolina … Caught two passes for 60 yards against Kentucky … Also had an eight-yard run against Georgia … Rushed a total of three times on the reverse play for a net of minus two yards … Played in every game and started vs. Ohio State due to Wendell Davis being out with bruised ribs … Played both flanker and split end.

Caught seven passes for 88 yards, highlighted by a 24-yard reception at Kentucky … Rushed once for an eight-yard gain on a reverse play at Florida, setting up LSU’s go-ahead touchdown in a 28-17 win … Had four kickoff returns for 64 yards, topped by a 22-yard return against Miami (Ohio).

Gained First-Team Class 4A All-State honors as a senior at Bossier High School after gaining more than 3,000 rushing yards during his career.

Full name is Anthony Ray Moss … Son of Albert and Lola Moss … Born on June 6, 1966 … From Bossier City, La.


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