Catching Up With University School Prospects

University School of Nova Southeastern (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) is loaded with D1 talent in the 2013 class. caught up with a few of the top prospects to get the latest on their recruitment.

Skai Moore

The 6-foot-2, 204-pound linebacker is working with offers from Rutgers, USF, Ole Miss, WVU, Marshall, Bowling Green, and most recently, Louisville.

"Right now I'm liking Rutgers, West Virginia and USF the most," Moore said. Moore recently visited USF for junior day and had a good time on campus.

"It was amazing, I liked it a lot up there, the coaches were great, the players were great, I liked the facilities, really everything about it," he said.

He gets a great feel from Rutgers as well and is looking forward to taking a trip there.

"I think it's a nice program, I want to go up there and visit it, see it first hand, and then go from there," he said. "They're starting something new, I feel like it would be great for me to be a part of something new up there."

Moore is also getting some attention from Wisconsin, Vanderbilt, and Florida State.

Nick Internicola

Internicola is working with three offers right now: USF, WVU, and FIU. He's also getting some interest from Illinois, Wisconsin, Boston College, and North Carolina.

The 6-foot-4, 220-pound junior is being recruited as both a tight end and a linebacker. He recently visited Florida State for junior day and said they like him at tight end, but want to see a little more of him at the position.

"(It was) a really nice place, got to meet the tight end coach, talked to me about playing tight end there," he said. "I need to go up there before spring and catch some balls for them and they'll evaluate me then."

At this point, he's really liking West Virginia and hopes to visit there the next chance he gets.

"I love how they moved to the Big 12, they're playing a lot more elite teams than they have before, it's a great opportunity for me to play against the best teams in the NCAA."

Jordan Budwig

(6'4'' 325) Budwig recently visited Florida State for their junior day and had some promising conversations with their coaching staff, especially the offensive line coach Rick Trickett.

"I talked to him about where I am with my height and weight and my interest in the school, the offensive line coach made an agreement to come down here and see me in spring,"

"It was good," he said. "it was the first time I really sat down and had a long conversation with them."

The 6-foot-4, 325-pound offensive lineman said he's going to take the feedback he got at Florida State and run with it.

"I need to work on my foot quickness, I've already taken steps to improve that."

He talks to UCF and Marshall a lot and is expecting offers from those two programs soon. He says Florida State and Miami offensive line coaches are planning on coming to see him in spring.

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