DITR: OL Oryan Mosley, Terrebonne High School (Houma, LA)

On the football field, Terrebonne High School standout athlete Oryan Mosley is creating waves with his amazing skills and persistent determination. With a height of 6’3″ and a weight of 295 pounds, Oryan commands attention on the field.

Oryan showed off his strength at tackle in his sophomore year, becoming a force on the field. He has demonstrated through his impressive highlight reel that he is capable of handling the competition with power and skill.

Oryan’s adaptability is what makes him unique. He is not only a dominant tackler, but he can also switch to guard with ease, demonstrating his versatility and worth to any team. Oryan has an incredible 68 pancake blocks to his belt, so there’s no denying his influence on the field. This emerging talent has already achieved first team all-district recognition and honorable mention on the all-state team as a sophomore.

Because of his tremendous energy and coachability, Oryan is a very exceptional athlete. His passion and will to learn and grow make him a valued member of any team as he approaches every practice and game.

For Oryan, being on the football team is about more than simply his individual accomplishments; it’s about the team, the pride in representing his school, and the shared objective of winning. Oryan will undoubtedly be lighting up the gridiron on Saturdays for years to come because of his talent and effort. Oryan Mosley is bound for greatness, so keep an eye out for this beast on the field.

You can read his Q&A below to find out more!

How did you get started in football, and what inspired you to play the sport?

I started playing football when I was in 2nd grade and hitting people made me like it.

Can you share a memorable moment or game that stands out in your football career so far?

My favorite game in my career was actually this season against east St. John because we all came together to get the win.

What positions do you enjoy playing the most, and why?

I like playing tackle and guard but I am also starting to learn center.

How do you balance schoolwork and football during the season?

I just make sure I turn things in and it will help my grades.

What aspects of your game do you feel you have improved upon the most since you started playing?

I got more aggressive.

What are your individual goals for the upcoming football season?

I want to be all state offensive linemen and also I want to win a state championship.

Are there any professional football players you look up to, and if so, why? 

Quentin Nelson and Penei Sewell. I love the way they play.

How do you stay motivated during practices and training sessions, especially when facing tough drills or exercises?

I just think of where I want to go because nothing is going to be easy where I want to go.

What advice would you give to other young players? 

Not to worry about what other people have going on like other people getting offers and stuff.

Aside from football, what is an interesting fact about you? 

I like to fish.

Which college would you most like to play for? 


What are your biggest strengths on the field? 

Run blocking

How has playing football impacted other areas of your life, such as academics and personal life?

Football has helped me interact with new people like going to football camps talking to people that I might play football with one day in college.