Moorman Commits to Wisconsin

Moorman Commits to Wisconsin

Four days after adding four-star offensive lineman Jon Dietzen to the 2015 recruiting class, Northville (MI) offensive lineman David Moorman shuts down his recruitment by committing to the Badgers.

MADISON - The run of linemen continues for the University of Wisconsin

Four days after Seymour (WI) four-star offensive tackle Jon Dietzen committed to the Badgers, Northville (MI) offensive lineman David Moorman became the fifth prospect to join Wisconsin's 2015 recruiting class.

A four-star recruit, Moorman is ranked the No.28 offensive tackle in the country and the No.296 overall prospect by He chose Wisconsin over offers from Central Michigan, Cincinnati, Eastern Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Northern Illinois, Ohio, Toledo and Western Michigan. He was also getting interest from Michigan and Michigan State.

Moorman is the first Michigan player from the lower peninsula to commit to Wisconsin since Hemlock's Zac Matthias in the 2009 recruiting class.

Wisconsin offered the 6-5, 280-pound junior last week, and said at the time that the offer made him speechless. He previously visited in February for the school's junior day

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