Moser, Van’t Hof Commit To Northwestern

NWCwrittenoutOrange City, Iowa — Brady Moser (Rock Valley, Iowa) and Jed Van’t Hof (Alvord, Iowa) have both signed a letter of intent to continue their football careers at Northwestern College next year.

Moser is a 6’0, 220-pound tight end and linebacker who played three years for the Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley High School football team. A two-time all-district selection, Moser earned first team accolades after totaling 12 catches for 188 yards and a touchdown on offense and 14 tackles and one fumble recovery on defense. Moser helped lead his team to a state playoff berth and a 5-5 overall record. Moser plans to major in physical education at Northwestern and is the son of Brian and Melissa.

“Brady is a solid football player and great young man,” commented head coach Kyle Achterhoff. “He is a very intelligent player who can play either tight end or on the defensive side of the ball.”

Van’t Hof is a 6’4”, 200 pound tight end/defensive end who played three years for West Lyon. Van’t Hof earned first team all-district honors after totaling 41.5 tackles and one fumble recovery on defense. He also caught nine passes for 108 yards in leading his team to a runner-up finish at state with a 12-2 overall record. Van’t Hof was an academic all-district pick and plans to major in business at Northwestern. He is the son of Doug and Lisa.

“We are excited to have Jed commit to play football for us next fall,” commented Achterhoff. “He is a very good athlete who will be able to get stronger and bigger over the next four years. Jed is a nice addition to our defensive line group.”



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