Western Michigan landed its fourteenth commit on Sunday. Tight end Jaylon Moore accepted the Broncos' offer Sunday evening. Moore was also reportedly speaking with Michigan State, Bowling Green, Toledo, Central Michigan, and Grand Valley before his commitment. The Detroit native will look to help bolster the Broncos' high octane offense.
Blessed to commit to Western Michigan University pic.twitter.com/D0WcVXoasi— Bro Bro (@Jay_Moore_42) June 7, 2015
While Jaylon Moore played a good amount of offensive and defensive line during his high school career at Consortium College Prep School in Detroit, he will be playing tight end at Western Michigan.
Moore was kind enough to explain why he thought Western Michigan was the perfect school for him:
"The coaching staff and the energy is just the right fit for me, and its all about the hard work there, and I fit in it. It was a no-brainer for me."
Moore also plans on working hard the moment he arrives in Kalamazoo,
"I plan on contributing to the team the best way I can, working as hard as I can, and receive whatever comes along with it."
Moore is just the latest recruit for the Broncos with the hardworking and winning mentality that the Broncos are trying to preach to their new recruits.
Check out some of Moore's high school highlights courtesy of Hudl: