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Jeffery has committed to play basketball for Murray State of the Ohio Valley Conference.Jeffery, 17, is a senior for the Bob Jones football team.The left-handed signal caller also stars on the winning Patriots’ basketball team where he helped the Patriots to a state title two years ago while earning All-State Tournament honors as a shooting guard.He currently suits up for the Panthers basketball team where he is the starting point guard and is an intimidating force, despite his 5-foot-3, 100-pound stature. I just get smart and run through them (opponents),” said Jonathan.“I see myself in Jonathan when I watch him play,” said Jeffery of his brother.Though no serious occurrences have occurred, Jonathan still has inhalers while Jeffery seemed to have outgrown the asthmatic attacks.“Each have witnessed each other fight adversities and have been very supportive of each other,” said their father, Xavier, whose brother, Zefross Moss, also a Madison resident, played 14-years as an offensive lineman in the NFL.Brothers Jeffery and Jonathan Moss are your typical sports fanatics continuing their trek through school utilizing their athletic talents in the two sports of football and basketball. Both came up through the recreation youth leagues at Dublin Memorial Park and Palmer Park and now star on their respective school teams.
Countless times he was put through rigorous breathing treatments via a nebulizer.Jonathan followed in the footsteps of his four year older brother and has fought the allergic attacks with consistency.Now, the 6-foot-4, 180-pound quarterback, who has earned the nickname “Moss The Boss”, is assisting the football team on its trek through the 2011 season and a possible state championship.Jonathan, 13, recently completed his eighth grade season as quarterback for the Discovery Panthers where the squad finished the season with two losses, but more importantly, cruised past cross town rival Liberty in the annual “Battle Of Madison”.
“He’s both very mobile, can throw and shoot the ball and I am very proud we are both doing well.” The sons of Xavier and Angela Moss, the brothers both have gone through serious bouts with severe allergies and asthma.At one point, Jeffery was even allergic to grass, which presented physical challenges during his play in baseball and football.