In June of 2019, Moseley returned to his high school alma mater, James B. Dudley (Greensboro, NC) HS, to share inspirational messages and knowledge with current students.
Lists his secret talents as singing, dancing and playing the piano.
Was considered a two-star recruit coming out of high school, but impressed the University of Tennessee coaching staff enough to play in every game of his four-year career.
NFL players had the opportunity to participate in the NFL's annual My Cause, My Cleats campaign during Week 14 of the 2019 season. Moseley and his teammates represented their respective causes with custom-designed cleats in an effort to raise awareness and funding. Moseley represented the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research, saying, "I play for my Aunt Freda."
Prior to Week 2's matchup in Cincinnati during the 2019 season, the 49ers spent time in Youngstown, OH, where they participated in the Community Blitz. Moseley and some of his teammates visited the Akron Children's hospital as players went from room to room to visit and meet some of the young patients.
The 49ers and their families hosted 450 underserved boys and girls from the Bay Area for the first-ever 49ers Hope for the Holidays event. Each child had a once-in-a-lifetime experience traveling through Levi's Stadium and left with a brand new bike, helmet, lock, haircut, shoes, toys, glasses, backpack, dinner and more.
In November of 2019, the 49ers teamed up with Martha's Kitchen of San Jose to serve Thanksgiving dinner to over 300 people in need. Members of the team served food, bussed tables and refilled beverages. The team also provided toiletries and giveaways to all those in attendance.
In October of 2019, Moseley and his teammates spent time with fans and members of local Silicon Valley businesses to compete in a bowling tournament as the 49ers Foundation hosted the second annual 1st and Bowl Challenge. The funds raised at the event will support the charitable programs of the 49ers Foundation and benefit Bay Area youth.
Moseley and his fellow rookies participated in the annual 49ers Mentorship Academy in September of 2018. The Mentorship Academy, partnering with USA Football, is a three-step program designed to provide high school football players with the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to succeed and be leaders on and off the field. The rookie class invited the high schoolers to the team facility, where they shared opinions and lessons over a meal and fun competitions.
NFL players had the opportunity to participate in the NFL's annual My Cause, My Cleats campaign during a designated home game between Weeks 13-15 of 2018. Moseley and his teammates represented their respective causes with custom-designed cleats in an effort to raise awareness and funding. Unity Care provides quality youth and family programs for the purpose of creating healthier communities through lifelong partnerships. They provide safe, secure, and positive living environments; educate and support underserved youth; and prepare young people to pursue professions in which minorities are chronically underrepresented.
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