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Jason Moore, No. 1 DT in the 2023 class, sets commitment date

Jason Moore, No. 1 DT in the 2023 class, sets commitment date

Jason Moore He made his way through all five of his official visits in June.

These flights will culminate in a July commitment from Defensive Intervention #1 in the 2023 class. More . announced Wednesday on Twitter He will share his commitment decision on Sunday at 7 p.m. EST.

The 6-foot-5, 260-pound Dimatha Catholic of Hyatsville, Maryland, made state visits in June, for Pennsylvania, Notre Dame, Michigan, Maryland, and Ohio. Moore shared his thoughts on those visits at Recent video interview With the National Recruitment Analyst from Rivals Adam Friedman.

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Here’s a small portion of the comments he shared about each of the five finalists.

On what he commented from his Penn State official: “Only a family environment. Just being around everyone – the players, the staff, the people around the campus – you can tell us everyone is just one big family and everyone cares about each other and loves each other. It just stood out. “.

On the other line of defense in Notre Dame Highest Rank 2023 Class: “They bring in a lot of good players. They are all strong. I hear a lot from them too. It would be nice to play with them. We all come in the same class as well. It would definitely be fun to play with them. I definitely had a lot of recruiting from them.”

On his top takeaway from speaking to Michigan players and coaches: “You’re just being developed. Keep building on what they started. They have a great history in football. They just came out winning the Big Ten, so you can see them all heading high trying to build on it from there. “.

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On what stood out about his visit to Maryland: “I would just say how their program is really built. You can tell. Every season they build over and over again, and get more success. Starting with (manager) coach (Mike) LoxleyHe does a great job with this program. It’s just being able to see that I can stay home and build on the program, it’s definitely good to do that.”

Regarding the biggest conclusions from his visit to Ohio State: “For me it was just about seeing all the opportunities. Of course on the field it is being developed by a great defensive line coach. But also seeing off the field opportunities in education, that was really telling me that I didn’t know much about them. before. So going out to see all those opportunities for me was memorable.”

As of Wednesday night, Moore predicted that all six of the Rivals FutureCast predictions would pick Ohio. The Buckeyes currently has 16 commitments in its 2023 class, which ranks second in the country.

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