RICHMOND, Va. (CBS19 Sports) -- Morgan Moses is back training with the Redskins during camp this summer, feeling healthy going into the upcoming season. He took time to reflect on the current state of his alma mater, UVA, and their football program.
The former Wahoo has become a staple on the Redskins offensive line.
He played at UVA during the Mike London era. During a recent press conference, Moses took the time to reflect on current head coach Bronco Mendenhall's leadership over the team and the current state of the program.
"It was scary at first, being an alumni from there because he came and turned the culture around 360 (degrees)," said Moses. "Usually when that happens you're like, 'Yo, is this going to work? You're going to lose recruits and stuff like that.'"
Moses acknowledges the future of the 'Hoos positively.
"But those guys – I was just there on Monday before we started training camp and guys are buying in," said Moses.
"It's crazy. Guys – the alumni – are starting to come back: So now that they got it going I'm excited to see what they do. So I'll be sitting down on Saturdays in the hotel after I study my film and watch some UVA football."