"I called Coach [Matt] Cavanaugh last night, and then I called Coach [Dave] Wannstedt and made my decision last night between 8-9 PM," Rodemoyer said. "I told them I wanted to be a Pitt Panther."
Rodemoyer attended Pittsburgh's camp over the weekend and was impressive; he was hoping an offer was coming from his childhood favorite.
"I've wanted to go to Pittsburgh since I started playing football," Rodemoyer said. "I was going crazy I knew I did well at camp, and an offer may be coming, they offered yesterday morning."
What convinced Rodemoyer that Pitt was it?
"When I left camp, I didn't want to leave so I knew it was for me," Rodemoyer said. "Pittsburgh has a great pharmacy program, and I really like Coach [Matt] Cavanaugh and the other coaches there.
In 2004, Rodemoyer registered 55 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, 10 sacks, eight forced fumbles, and 5 fumble recoveries. He was named second team All-County, and third team Class A All-State.
Rodemoyer chose the Panthers over an offer from Akron, and strong interest from West Virginia.