"My (Northwestern) visit went very well," said defensive lineman Christopher Moore.
"Barry Cofield was my host. I had the chance to talk with the current players and the coaches.
"We took a tour of the facilities and they had a jersey with my name and number on it. I thought that was cool.
"I had the chance to talk with a few students and we talked about dorm life. We also went downtown Chicago to Nike Town and the Sony store."
Moore, a 6-foot-6, 240-pounder, from Mendota Heights (MN) St. Thomas Academy is a three-year varsity starter and was an all-conference selection the past three seasons as well.
Did Moore give the Wildcats a verbal commitment?
"No, I didn't commit. I'm going to visit Iowa this weekend and I'm still looking at Notre Dame, Stanford and a couple of other schools."
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