Small but electric Moore can do a bit of everything and do it very well. He is solidly built and hard to bring down. Has been compared to Tyreek Hill. Moore ran a 4.33 40 in high school, a very similar time to Hill. The team that drafts Moore will definitely have some plans to put his speed on display straight away. Moore suffered an injury that pretty much wiped out his 2019 season, and he has played only 7 games over the last two seasons, and so teams are having to look back to his breakout 2018 season.
Moore is an unpolished route runner whose routes can be imprecise at times and doesn’t have the most diverse route tree. He needs to improve his ball tracking and adjustments to the ball down the field. The biggest issue with Moore is his health and injury history. He missed most of the 2019 season with a hamstring injury and all but three games of the 2020 season.
He could quickly make an impact on reverses and other trick plays early in his pro career because he may take a while to fully learn the NFL game.
Moore likely won’t be a true wide receiver at the NFL level. He wasn’t used as an outside receiver, only aligning there before going into pre-snap motion.
Some teams could easily have a first-round grade on Moore due to his explosiveness and versatility. Others could have him as a later Day 2 value due to his injury history and lack of natural WR skills.
We think he will go early to mid-second round to a team willing to gamble on a boom or bust prospect.