This is a report from:
Chris Pool of TheInsiders.com,
April 28, 2004 at 8:40pm ET
Click HERE for the original story.
David Moosman Profile
David Moosman, a 6-foot-4, 260-pound offensive lineman from Libertyville, Illinois is in the shadow of two other high profile lineman from the Land of Lincoln in Barrington's Dan Doering and Wheaton South's Dace Richardson but that hasn't stopped 10 schools from offering a scholarship.
"I have offers from Iowa, Northwestern, Wisconsin, Illinois, Arizona, Michigan State, Boston College, Kansas, Notre Dame and Michigan." Moosman said.
"Mr. (Lloyd) Carr and Mr. (Andy) Moeller stopped by my school and told me that I have a scholarship offer from Michigan. I'm waiting for the official letter to come in the mail."
In March, Moosman told us that Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Northwestern, Wisconsin and Notre Dame were his favorites. Is this still the case?
"Drop Illinois and add Michigan State," said Moosman. "Michigan State has really come on strong. Illinois is fading right now but I'm not totally counting them out yet."
Moosman was named 2nd team all-state in 2003. He was named all-area by the Chicago Tribune.
GoBlueWolverine Note: offensive guard David Moosman's stats: (6-4, 270 lbs., 5.3 in the 40, 360 lb. bench press, 2.6 GPA). He grew up a U-M fan and plans to attend the '04 U-M Camp.
Click here for: March GBW Interview with Moosman
Moosman: Did the Wolverines offer a schollie?
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