2015 National Signing Day: David Moorman profile


High School Accolades: 1st team AP Michigan Division 1-2 All-State

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Our View: Wisconsin hitting on quality offensive line recruits is nothing new, but David Moorman may be the least known of the three members of the 2015 class. That’s not to say he isn’t just as talented, however he will have more work in front of him at the collegiate level based on comparing tape.

Moorman has the pulling ability that will be helpful at the next level, but he plays a bit too upright. While he was able to get away with it at the high school level, it will be a very different scenario at the next level. Luckily he’s got the basics of the position down and it will be more about refining technique and teaching bend and pad level at the college level for him.

Perhaps the most impressive part of Moorman’s game to date is his nasty nature. He doesn’t take a play off and he will finish until the opponent is on the ground or right through the whistle. That attitude will do wonders come the college level.

Still, Moorman projects as potential starter later in his career and should be interesting to watch develop.

Andrew Coppens

About Andrew Coppens

Andy is a member of the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA). He is the Managing Editor of MadTownBadger and associate editor of Bloguin's World Cup site, as well as Publisher of Big Ten site