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National Signing Day 2015: OT David Moorman signs with Wisconsin

Despite the regime change and a late offer from Penn State, the Scout 300 recruit reaffirmed his commitment with the Badgers in December.

Class Position Height Weight
2015 OT 6'5 275 lbs.
School Composite Ranking
Northville (Pickney, MI) 3-star recruit3-star recruit3-star recruit No. 42 OT

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David Moorman signed his Letter of Intent to play for the University of Wisconsin on Wednesday. The fifth known verbal commit of this class, he joins early enrollee Jon Dietzen and Kevin Estes in another strong offensive line class.


Rivals: 3-star recruit3-star recruit3-star recruit (No. 49 OT, No. 7 MI)

Scout: 3-star recruit3-star recruit3-star recruit3-star recruit (No. 17 OT, No. 290 in Scout 300)

ESPN: 3-star recruit3-star recruit3-star recruit 79 (No. 56 OT, No. 6 MI)

247: 3-star recruit3-star recruit3-star recruit 86 (No. 88 OT, No. 10 MI)

Verbally committed May 7, 2014

Moorman verbally pledged to the Badgers not long after receiving the initial offer from the Wisconsin coaching staff in early May. Former Wisconsin assistants Jeff Genyk and T.J. Woods are credited with wooing the 6'5, 275-pound recruit initially to Madison. Despite the changeover in regime from former head coach Gary Andersen to Paul Chryst, and even a mid-January offer from Penn State, the Scout 300 athlete maintained his verbal commitment to the Badgers.

Aside from the Nittany Lions, Moorman received known offers from Cincinnati, Northern Illinois and Big Ten rivals Purdue, Minnesota and Illinois.

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2014 Associated Press Division 1-2 All-State Football Team