Northmont safety from 2021 class commits to Michigan

Rod Moore's Twitter announcement

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Rod Moore's Twitter announcement

Rod Moore joins teammate in Wolverines’ recruiting class

Northmont HIgh School safety Rod Moore verbally committed to the Michigan Wolverines on Sunday, posting a video on Twitter to announce his decision.

In the video, Moore said, “Without God, I am nothing. He is the reason I’m here today regardless of any trials and tribulations I’ve been through during my life. He has allowed me to be in this position, and I thank him for the great talents he has blessed me with. Along with thanking him, I would like to thank my mother and my father. Without them, I wouldn’t be the young man and athlete I am today.”

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Moore is a member of the class of 2021. He's the second Northmont recruit from that class to commit to the Wolverines this spring, following wide receiver Markus Allen.

Moore is a three-star recruit who ranks 12th in the Ohio class of 2021, according to the composite rankings. He had 53 tackles and four interceptions last season as a junior.

Allen Trieu, of 247Sports, called Moore a "true playmaker who has very good ball skills and the anticipation to put himself in position to use those ball skills. He will also get involved as a tackler. He takes good angles in pursuit and does a good job of not getting too high as a tackler."

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