has accumulated offers and interest from around the country, but he has not forgotten about where he came from. On Tuesday, he visited Eastern Michigan
, a nearby program where both his parents went to school.
"I like them a lot," he said. "It's cool to get up there because my dad played there and I grew up going to games every year. Coach Creighton is a really good guy and the coaches seem cool. If there is a staff to turn it around, it's them."
Moorman, a 6-foot-5, 280-pound offensive tackle, held an offer from the previous staff and had that offer reiterated to him by Creighton.
He also had an opportunity to watch practice and says he noted a difference in the team.
"It was pretty much the same team we watched last year, but when we watched them, they didn't enjoy playing football. Yesterday was really cool. You could tell the guys were loving playing football again. They enjoy Coach Creighton and everything was eye opening. They have energy, they're young and learning a new offense and I definitely think they'll turn it around."
Over the next few weeks, Moorman will continue to take visits and check out possible schools.
"I was just at Michigan and I might be going to Michigan again the next couple weeks. They invited me back down. I'll be going to Michigan State for their spring game on the 26th."
Already with offers from Illinois, Cincinnati, Central Michigan, Western Michigan and others, Moorman hopes camp season will be where he earns more.
"I'm crazy excited for it," he said. "I'm going to Michigan State's elite camp. I'll be at Sound Mind, Sound Body for at least one day. Then Wisconsin, Ohio State for a day, Michigan for a day and probably Cincinnati too."
Northville (Mich.) four-star offensive tackle David Moorman visited Eastern Michigan, his parents' alma mater.
Northville (Mich.) four-star OT David Moorman visited Eastern Michigan, his parents' alma mater.