Philadelphia (Pa.) George Washington defensive lineman Justin Moody is off to a strong start. The 6-foot-3, 264-pound lineman already has four sacks and has helped his team to a 3-0 start. The big lineman is confident that he can continue to add to his sack and tackle total in the coming weeks.
Already holding an offer from Rutgers, Moody gave a quick update on his recruiting process.
"It's been going great," said Moody. "A lot of colleges are sending me letters and messaging me every day. UConn, Rutgers, Pitt, Penn State, Michigan, Florida, and Tennessee are some of the schools that have been recruiting me."
Moody says he has no favorites at this point and has high interest in a lot of schools.
The Philly lineman is in the process of finalizing a few visits.
"I have been trying to take some visits, but I have had conflict with games or something has come up," said Moody. "I definitely would like to get to a Rutgers game, and see Florida and Penn State."
Moody received his first offer from Rutgers early in the summer, and gave his thoughts on the program.
"I like Rutgers a lot," said Moody. "Their defensive line coach reminds me of my high school coach. My coach tries to train us like college players and their coach does many of the same things."
Moody describes himself as a lineman that can beat offensive lineman in many ways, whether it is with speed, power, or technique. He says he models his game after some of the best; Trent Cole, Dwight Freeny and DeMarcus Ware.
While Moody plays both tight end and defensive end for George Washington, he is being recruited as a defensive end and defensive tackle.