Two schools have already offered Anthony Moeaki a scholarship. Illinois and Iowa are the first of what should be many scholarship offers for the 6-foot-4, 235-pound tight end from Wheaton (Ill.) Warrenville-South.
"My favorites are Illinois, Iowa, USC, BYU, Michigan, Notre Dame and Wisconsin." Moeaki said.
"I'm originally from Hawaii and moved to Utah. I had two brothers play at BYU and then my family moved to Illinois.
"My brothers aren't pushing me to BYU. They want me to be in the best situation for myself.
"I've been to Northwestern for a junior day and I'm going to Wisconsin this weekend for a junior day.
"I'm going to the Nike Camp this spring for sure but I'm not sure on any other camps yet."
Moeaki had 23 catches for 405 yards and three touchdowns as a junior. He was named all-area.
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