Wheaton (Ill.) four star ranked tight end prospect Anthony Moeaki (6-foot-4, 250 pounds) started off the 2004 season in a good way last Friday night, as the Tigers defeated Glenbard West 21-7.
“We got off to a pretty good start on Friday," Anthony Moeaki said. “I had two catches for 50 yards and I also scored a touchdown. We were able to get the running game going, and I was really proud of my whole team's effort on Friday night. It was a good start for us."
Moeaki has decided upon two schools that will make his eventual Top 5 favorites list.
"I'm going to set official visits to both Iowa and Brigham Young. Both schools will be in my Top 5 list. I'm going to figure out the remaining three schools this fall. I'm planning on watching several college games on television this fall to get a good idea on how they are progressing on the field this year. That's definitely is going to be just one of many factors, but it's also an important part of my decision process."
"I'm going to set my official visits this week to both Iowa and BYU. I'm not sure at all on the dates just yet, but I'll get that taken care of very shortly."
Moeaki talked about his impressions of both Iowa and BYU, as well as why both schools have made his final list.
"I've been to Iowa a few times, and each time I go to Iowa I really enjoy it. I really like Iowa City as well as the campus. I also like the coaching staff at Iowa, and I feel very comfortable with the staff as well as with the entire program."
"BYU is basically my family's school, since I have two brother that played for the Cougars (John and Larry). I have a lot of family near BYU, plus I've been around that program for a long time, so I feel very comfortable at the school. I like several things about BYU, from the religious standpoint as well as the campus, the coaches to the upgrades to the facilities. I also like the way BYU uses the tight end in their offense."