On the surface, Wheaton, Ill. tight end prospect Anthony Moeaki (6-foot-4, 250 pounds) might seem like a serious lean to the University of Iowa. After all, Moeaki has made two spring visits to Iowa City over the last week, including a stop to see the Iowa spring game. So is Moeaki leaning?
“I've been hearing that and I've been asked that a lot over the last few days," Anthony Moeaki said. “I'll put it this way. I liked my trips to Iowa a lot, and I really enjoyed my visit on Saturday, but I'm still along way from making any type of decision on any schools. I'm going to see how May goes before I start to even think about naming any favorites or eliminating any schools."
Moeaki was again impressed with the Iowa staff on his most recent visit. "The best part of my visit to Iowa on Saturday was the chance to talk again with the coaches. I spent a lot of time talking to both Coach (Eric) Johnson and head coach (Kirk) Ferentz. They are really good guys. I also enjoyed the chance to get to know several other prospects who were at the spring game. I was fun to be able to meet some of the guys you read about in person."
Moeaki also took notice of the huge turnout at the Iowa spring game. "Seeing 30,000 fans in the stands watching a spring game was really impressive, and the Iowa fans definitely support the team and the football program."
Moeaki also reported that the University of Michigan coaches made a visit this morning to Wheaton South High School. "My coach (Ron Muhitch) told me that the Michigan coaches, including head coach Lloyd Carr were in school this morning. Several coaches have called my coach and said that they are planning to stop in school over the next few weeks."
Anthony Moeaki currently has scholarship offers from Kentucky, Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Iowa State, Wisconsin, Brigham Young, Maryland, Louisville and Nebraska.