Philadelphia (Pa.) George Washington junior defensive end Justin Moody should be busy this fall.
In addition to his junior season of high school football, the 6-foot-3, 264-pound lineman will be visiting a good number of colleges.
"I plan on going to a couple of Rutgers games," Moody said on Thursday. "I'll go to a couple of others like Pittsburgh, Virginia and West Virginia, too."
Moody said Rutgers and Pittsburgh have recruited him the hardest to date. While no schools are sticking out, he's most familiar with the Scarlet Knights.
"I'm definitely closest with Rutgers," he admitted. "I've been there and I've kept in touch with them. I try to give them a call probably every Friday or something like that.
"I really like the coaching staff, the facilities and the technique their defensive line uses."
Moody said he isn't sure if other schools are on the verge of offering him. To date Rutgers is his lone offer.
Schools haven't made it clear whether they want him as a defensive end or tackle, and he plays both positions on the line for George Washington.
"That doesn't really matter to me. I play both. I play the whole defensive line. They move me around," he said.