Wheaton (Ill.) four star ranked tight end prospect Anthony Moeaki (6-foot-4, 250 pounds) is in the middle of double sessions today, as teams from Illinois began full hitting drills on Saturday. Moeaki also has added scholarship offers from both Penn State and Boise State last last week.
“We started hitting on Saturday," Anthony Moeaki said. “I'm a little sore right now, but I'm sure I'll be in football shape very soon. As far as the recruiting stuff, I have new offers from Penn State and Boise State."
Moeaki talked about his latest offers.
"I received the Penn State scholarship paperwork from Fed Ex last week, and my Mom almost forgot to tell me that I had a package from them. She remembered a few days later, and I was pretty excited about getting an offer from the Nittany Lions. The coaches from Penn State have stayed in touch with me, and I'm happy to have received an offer from them. They definitely have given me another school to consider, which I will do."
"I also got an offer from Boise State last week. I actually made an unofficial visit to Boise State for a day when I was staying out West with my brothers earlier this summer."
Moeaki is starting to narrow down his favorite schools list, but insist that he's not named any early favorites at this point.
"I'm starting to get an idea of who I'm going to give serious consideration to and who I might also set official visit with, but I've not made that known just yet. I'm not quite there yet and I will make my favorite schools known before the state of my season in a few weeks."
Moeaki also insist that he's in no rush to make his final choice.
"I'm basically in no rush at all at this point. I'm going to first name my early favorites, then I'm going to check out a few games in person this fall. I'm not sure where those games will be just yet, but I'm going to take a few unofficial and official visits before I decide."