Jason Moore is the epitome of a tough and hard working defensive lineman. He has been dominating on the line in high school at DeMatha Catholic Hyattsville, MD and has been projected as a key contributor at the college level. He is a versatile defensive lineman. He has great size (6’6″ 280 lbs.) and already has great strength. He plays aggressive and makes plays near the line of scrimmage with his ability to locate the football.
Based his decision on the visits and how comfortable he felt at the school.
Who Recruited Jason Moore
Offers and Favorites
Moore had 21 Offers, including Ohio State, Michigan, Maryland, Notre Dame and Penn State.
Moore had a great relationship with Maryland, his home state school. He thought that he could have gone into Maryland and helped turn the program around. He liked the family atmosphere at Penn State and the development the players are offered. And Penn State has done well at Dematha Catholic HS in the past.
Moore liked the winning tradition at Ohio State and the development of defensive lineman. Chase Young came out of Dematha and was drafted 2nd in the NFL after being developed by Larry Johnson. He liked the recent success of the Michigan Wolverines and their development of defensive ends. And he thinks Coach Freeman will bring some new energy to Notre Dame.
Moore made official visits to five schools before deciding. June 3rd he went to Penn State, June 10th Notre Dame, June 17th Michigan, June 21st Maryland and June 24th Ohio State.
Moore is considered a 4 Star Recruit, the 5th best defensive lineman in the country, and the 53rd best overall nationally
Crystal Ball Predictions
Tom Loy, Bill Kurelic, Steve Wiltfong, Brian Dohn, Sam Webb and Tyler Calvaruso all felt it was going to OSU. Scott Green, Josh Henschke, Richard Schnyderite, Josh McCuistion, Justin Whitlatch, Kyle Kelly, Dylan Callaghan-Croley, Adam Friedman also had Moore going to the Buckeyes when he made his decision.
Moore has been added to the Polynesian Bowl Roster for 2023.
Jason Moore Stats
Moore played varsity football and basketball for a number of years.
Jason Moore is a big kid that can be very disruptive in the backfield. He has great size, incredible strength and is already built for the college game. He gets through double teams easily and can collapse the pocket when he is single blocked by a running back or offensive lineman. He finds the ball carrier on both runs and passes and displays good instincts for stopping plays behind the line of scrimmage.