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Jarvis Moss Is No Longer "A Lost Soul"

Back in the spring when he was down to 215 skinny pounds, Jarvis Moss was the football equivalent of dead man walking. Always hurt and never able to practice, his career at Florida bore no resemblance to what he did in high school when he was considered the best prep defensive end in America.

As a junior in high school Jarvis Moss was terrorizing quarterbacks on Texas high school football fields. The Denton (TX) Ryan star totaled 122 tackles, including 52 for a loss and 28 sacks, seven pass deflections, three forced fumbles and five fumble recovers as a junior at Ryan. His senior season he missed seven games and still recorded 81 tackles (29 for loss), 12 sacks, four forced fumbles and... Recommended Stories

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