SDSU standout Moss signs with Packers


Former SDSU basketball and football standout Dale Moss signed with the Green Bay Packers on Saturday as an undrafted free agent, getting a call from the four-time Super Bowl winners after this year’s NFL Draft ended.

After four years with the basketball team, Moss had 61 catches in 2011 for 949 yards and six touchdowns. He signed with XAM Sports to represent him (who also represents former Jackrabbit linebacker Danny Batten) in December and played in the East-West Shrine Game in January.

The six-foot-three target visited with Cincinatti earlier this month and had contact with all 32 teams over the pre-draft process.

“Honestly, I’m excited. It’s out of my control, so I’m really not stressing about it. I’m ready for this week to be done so that I know where I’m going to be at,” he said last week at the SDSU spring game.

Four SDSU alums have played for the Packers, most notably offensive lineman Adam Timmerman, who played for Green Bay from 1995-1998, winning a Super Bowl in 1997.