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John Moffitt

| | College: Wisconsin
 
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2010 Season

AP first-team All-American, SI second-team All-American … consensus first-team All-Big Ten … Wayne Souza Coaches Appreciation Award (Offense) … Moffitt was named a first-team All-American by the Associated Press this season, starting all 13 games at left guard. The Guilford, Conn., native was also a first-team All-Big Ten selection in 2010 and, along with Carimi and Kendricks, helped pave the way for two 1,000-yard rushers (John Clay and James White). He played in 45 games over the course of his career, earning the start in 42 of those contests.

2009 Season

Earned third letter … played in 11 games, starting 10 (eight at left guard, two at center) … started at center against Miami in Champs Sports Bowl on Dec. 29 … slid over and started at center against Hawaii after Peter Konz went down with an injury … started at left guard in eight games … made season debut against Wofford on Sept. 19 after missing first two games of season due to injury.

2008 Season

Earned second letter … started all 13 games at center (started six games at LG in 2007) … had first start at center against Akron on Aug. 30 … UW's co-offensive player of the week against the Zips.

2007 Season

Earned first letter … played in eight games, including six starts … started at LG (Kemp moved to RG) against 16th-ranked Tennessee in the 2008 Outback Bowl, in win at Minnesota on Nov. 17 and in upset win over 13th-ranked Michigan on Nov. 10 … started at LG for injured Andy Kemp at No. 1-ranked Ohio State on Nov. 3, as well as in wins over Indiana on Oct. 27 and Northern Illinois on Oct. 20 … saw action on offensive line vs. The Citadel on Sept. 15 and Washington State on Sept. 1.

2006 Season

Redshirted … named UW's scout team offensive player of the week for Penn State and Minnesota games.

High School

No. 13 player in New England according to Rivals.com … PrepStar All-American … Hartford Courant first-team all-state selection (offensive lineman) as a senior … two-time all-conference choice … played offensive and defensive line … football team captain as a senior … made 65 tackles and registered seven QB sacks in 2005 … lettered in football, track and weightlifting … won state high school weightlifting competition … football coach was John DeCaprio.

Personal

Born 10/28/86 … parents are Dave and Kathy … father, Dave, and uncle, Steven, both played college basketball at New Haven from 1973-76 … uncle, Jim, played football at Temple

 
Latest News
04/04/2011 - Top offensive linemen: 7. John Moffitt, Wisconsin, 6-4, 314, 4, Maybe you can find a well-spoken offensive lineman or two in every NFL locker room, but a loquacious one is as rare as a balmy January in Madison. Moffitt might be a walking sound bite, but the 42-game starter can play a little bit, too. He was a first-team All-American and consensus first-team All-Big Ten selection as a senior who has started more than 30 games at left guard and a handful at center. The 314-pounder won't outrun many of his teammates at the next level, but his phone-booth quickness, mobility and footwork paint the picture of a longtime NFL starter. He's better than expected on the move and against behemoth nose tackles and if he can quicken his step against three-technique pass rushers, Moffitt could be a Pro Bowl steal in the middle rounds. - Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange

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