Year after year, Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha continues to produce D1 level talent. The Class of 2012 is once again full of prospects, including defensive end Michael Moore, who already holds three offers.
Moore, 6-foot-4 and 255 pounds, took his talents to San Antonio last weekend to participate in the annual Army All-American Combine.
"The event was real fun," said Moore. "It was fun going against the best athletes. In the 1-on-1's as defensive end I went like six times and won every time, so that told me that I could play against the best."
Moore will continue his event schedule in early March, when he makes his way to New Jersey to take part in the NUC/Rivals.com Five Star Showcase.
"I want to prove that I am a good player and that I can hang with the best," said Moore.
Recruiting has already brought him offers from Tennessee and Virginia, and he is optimistic that this number will soon grow.
"Recruiting is going really well," said Moore. "I'm heading to Rutgers on Saturday and to LSU in February. I've also been talking to Penn State about heading up there
Moore finished his junior season with eight sacks and is already thinking of ways to improve his game for this fall.
"I want to improve against the run and handle that better," said Moore. "I'm also learning to stay low."