Dezman Moses hails from Willingboro, NJ, where he excelled at both wide receiver and inside linebacker in high school. Moses knows he wasn't the fastest or biggest player in school; instead he credits his success to working the hardest.
Moses graduated with scholarship offers in basketball, football, and baseball. He made the decision to play football at the University of Iowa, but never "fit in" and transferred after two seasons to Tulane. In his debut game he recorded a career-best 10 tackles.
At 6-2, 239 lbs., Dezman Moses put on quite a show on Pro Day. He recorded his lowest 40-yd time (4.82) and benched 225 pounds 22 times.
With his career at Tulane complete, Moses is ready to deliver at the pro-level. Moses has already stood out on special teams and is entrenched as Clay Matthews' primary backup at linebacker. While Moses has a lot to improve on in terms of technique, his attitude and relentless style of play are traits all coaches love to see. He comments, "This is a great opportunity, and I feel honored to have the opportunity to play with the Green Bay Packers...they believe in me and are willing to give me a chance, so I am definitely going to make the best of it."