Tyshon Mosley, who earned all-conference honors at two different schools during his collegiate playing career, is the latest offensive lineman to sign with the Green Bay Blizzard.
Mosley, an agile 6-5, 315-pounder who can play either guard or tackle, has described his playing style as "consistent" and "nasty," and said he only gave up one sack in 40 collegiate starts.
Mosley's signing gives Blizzard GM and head coach Corey Roberson four under-contract offensive linemen who weigh between 310 and 320 pounds, with additional prospects close to agreeing to terms with the team.
"We are well ahead of last year at this time in terms of stocking up on those important interior linemen," Roberson said. "Mosley is a great addition to our team. He has (NCAA) Division I experience, good size, great athleticism and aggressive nature that we like to see from our linemen."
Mosley began his college career at Utah State, where he started 20 games in two seasons and earned honorable mention All-Mountain West honors after his redshirt sophomore season. Tyshon then landed at Portland State University. There, he started 20 games at left guard and ended his two-year stint with the Vikings as a second-team All-Big Sky Conference selection.