If he really wanted to, Dylan Moses could probably suit up for a college football game right now. The only problem? The 6'1", 217-pound linebacker from Baton Rouge, La. is barely old enough to play high school football. He's only 15 and just started his freshman year at University Lab High School.

Yet, Moses is already thinking about playing under the bright lights in college. So he just decided to give a commitment to play at LSU beginning in 2017. That's right. Even though it's only 2013 right now, Moses is already committed to playing in Death Valley when he goes to college.

"Just committed to LSU!" he wrote on Twitter over the weekend. "#GeaxTigers."

Good for him. We're glad he's already focused on playing in college. But how crazy is it that he still has almost four years of high school left to go and is already committed to college? We feel bad for all of the poor 15, 16, and 17-year-old kids who have to put up with him for the next four years.

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[via For The Win]