The 6'3 235 Mic backer will have 2 years of eligibility at ULM.
"I signed my LOI a couple of days ago and sent in my housing info in today", said Moss.
Austin said his decision to come to ULM had a lot to do with Coach Reffett and his style of aggressive defense.
"My cousin actually played for Coach Reffett when he was at UTEP and he had a lot of good things to say about him". "I like his defensive style, its a downhill attacking defense that makes the offense adjust".
It's all about where you fit in and where you can have the most success. I felt more comfortable at ULM plus I already know some guys at ULM which makes it easier".
One of those guys is also a former Razorback in RB Mitchell Bailey.
"Mitch helped me out a lot". "Getting to talk to a player that I trust that is already in the program was big".
Mitchell is a hard worker, I know several coaches at Arkansas were not happy he was not put on scholarship".
In an ironic twist, both Bailey and Moss will get to do something most college athletes never get a chance to do, play against their former team.
"I already told some of my buddies up at Arkansas that I'm looking forward to it. It's gonna be weird but exciting see those guys".
Austin brings a big and fast presence to the MLV position for the Warhawks. "If they want me to blitz, I will blitz, I'm ready to go get the ball".
Moss was the 22nd ranked MLB in the nation coming out of Rockwell high school in Texas. He chose Arkansas over offers from Texas A&, Tennessee, Oklahoma State, Baylor, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Louisville, and Virgina.