There is a lot of hype around his name and by the time he leaves high school he could be one of the most talked about prep athletes of all-time.
He backed up the hype with a great performance at the NFTC in Dallas, working out at running back an linebacker.
He also had a Sparq rating of over 96, which was a bit down from his 120 at the New Orleans NFSC stop, but fact is... He's a freak.
Regardless of class he was one of the most intimidating specimens.
"It means a lot to me," Moses said. "Going up against kids way older than me is only going to make me better."
"Other than the Sparq rating I feel like I did pretty good at the positional drills."
Coming in to the event as the No. 1 rated player in the state always puts some extra pressure on, but if Malik Jefferson was under pressure it did not show.
As always he had a smile on his face and was thrilled to be able to go through the drills and testing.
He punched his ticket to The Opening showing off the ability to be a linebacker who can run and cover.
He earned an invite to The Opening with his performance.
"It is a great competition," Jefferson said. "I just want to come out here and compete and do my best."
"The Opening is the main reason I wanted to come out here and do this. Just going away honestly and having fun. I know a couple of guys who might be going."