George Washington DT Justin Moody issues verbal declaration to Pittsburgh
George Washington’s Defensive Tackle Justin Moody terrorized quarterbacks for three years in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Now he will take his talents to the other side of the state. Moody becomes the 13th player from Pennsylvania to commit to Pittsburgh University.
“He felt real comfortable when he visited Pitt,” said head football coach Ron Cohen.
The 6-foot-3, 270-pound defensive tackle had offers from schools like California, Michigan, Nebraska, Penn State, Temple, West Virginia and many more showed interest.
Now you can add him to a growing list of former Philadelphia Public League defensive players that have committed to a division one school, players like Sharrif Floyd (Florida) and Deion Barnes (Penn State).
Moody helped his team to a 8-3 record in 2012. “He has been a three-year starter for us,” said Cohen. “This year he played guard, defensive end and tackle. He is quick off the ball, strong and very coachable.”
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