Ill. TE Moeaki Reeling in the Offers

Tight end <b>Anthony Moeaki</b> from Warrenville South High School in Wheaton, Ill reports offers from schools across the nation. GoBlueWolverine Magazine spoke Tuesday with Moeaki and he said he is going to be checking out some campuses this summer. Will Michigan be one of them?

"I don't think I'll be going to any camps this summer," Anthony Moeaki said. "I've been to the Illinois camp, they were the first to offer so I've been there a lot. I am going to make some visits to schools I haven't seen yet, like Michigan, Nebraska, LSU, Michigan State, and maybe go out to California to see UCLA and USC. I might try to get to the Michigan camp but I don't know if I can."

College staffs have been flooding the Warrenville campus during the spring evaluation period. "Head coaches Turner (Ill), Smith (MSU), Ferentz (Iowa), Carr (Michigan), and other Big Ten schools, and LSU, Miami, Oklahoma, USC and UCLA have come by," Moeaki said.

Moeaki reports over 17 offers from shools in the Big Ten, Conference USA, and some west coast schools. "Michigan told me they like to offer kids on campus," he said. "I hope I get an offer when I go there but I'm not sure if I will."

Moeaki has a brother that attends BYU and one that gradutated from there, but said that wouldn't be a factor in his decision. "I'm wide open to going anywhere," he said.

The 6 foot 4, 240 pound Moeaki says Notre Dame is recruiting him the hardest right now but that he doesn't have a favorite. "I'm looking for a team that uses the tight end a lot," he said. "I really haven't had a chance to look at many of the schools yet because I've been so busy with school. I want to major in education so I'll be looking for a good school academically too. Pretty much all the schools tell me they have the best academic programs." He reports a 2.5 grade-point-average and a 19 score on the ACT, which he plans to retake.

For his junior year Moeaki had 23 catches for 405 yards and three touchdowns. He plays exclusively on offense and wishes to do the same in college.

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