August 12, 2013

OT Moorman picking up offers

One of the top prospect in the state of Michigan for the class of 2015 will be offensive tackle David Moorman of Northville High School. has the latest details on the 6-foot-5, 280-pound recruit.

Last week Michigan State hosted an impressive group of 2015 recruits on campus to observe a practice session. One of the players in attendance was Moorman. We spoke with him about his recruitment and what teams have already extended him a scholarship offer.

"So far I have offers from Eastern Michigan and Central Michigan," Moorman stated. "I am also getting a lot of interest from Michigan State, Ohio State, Michigan, Notre Dame, Ball State, Toledo and Indiana as well as some Ivy League schools like Dartmouth and Princeton."

With 2 MAC scholarships already on the table Moorman will be a player that Big Ten schools are looking closely at this fall. Moorman will certainly be invited to plenty of games this fall. The Sparatns will certainly be looking to have him come to several contest so he can familiarize himself with the coaches and some potential teammates. We asked Moorman about his thoughts on Michigan State.

"It is a great program," Moorman said. "Coach Dantonio has created a great "family" like atmosphere at Michigan State and they have a lot of good players there as well. Michigan State also has a really good coaching staff that does a good job of getting there players excited to play football for them."

Though it has been reported that Moorman grew up a Spartan fan, he informed us that when it comes o his recruitment he is keeping an open mind.

"I grew up a fan of Big Ten football in general. A lot of my family has either gone to Michigan State, Ohio State or Michigan. I would love to have an opportunity to play in the Big Ten."

Moorman has been working very hard over the past 9 months to improve his strength and technique. He informed us that he is anxious to get back on the field and help his team have a successful season. Northville has been a perennial playoff qualifier, but last year they slipped up a bit and finished 5-4. Moorman talked about the season outlook.

"This fall I think we will have a really good team," he said "We have a lot of talent returning from last years team and we have all gotten stronger and faster over the off-season. I think we will be very competitive this year. I would also like to win a state championship this year. That is our goal every year and I think this is our year to do it." will continue to keep in contact with Moorman this fall. It is very possible that he could pick up some additional scholarship offers if he performs well. Numerous teams will be looking forward to evaluating his game film. Michigan State will certainly keep a close eye on him and look to have him on campus several times.

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