by Anthony Haage
5’10, 212 lbs
5 Gs, 63 att, 400 rush yds, 6.3 avg, 6 TDs, 6 rec, 40 rec yds, 6.7 avg, 0 fumbles
2017 Stats – 11 Gms, 183 att, 1037 rush yd, 12 TD, 12 rec, 163 rec yd, 1 TD
Speed: Moore possesses great breakaway speed and is his best quality as a runner.
Vision/Patience: Moore excels in a outside zone scheme where he can find the open hole and gain significant yardage.
Elusiveness: He can make a defender miss with his great spin move and jukes.
Strength: Moore is not afraid of contact and initiates contact. This also helps in pass protection which can earn him more playing time.
Receiving: He is not known for his receiving ability because of low production at Appalachian State. He doesn’t have terrible hands, but he can work on his route running efficiency.
Injury History: His senior year was cut short because of terrible ankle injuries due to a dislocation and fracture. The previous two years his stats look way better, but he should be ready by the 2019 NFL season.
Adjustment to NFL: Moore hasn’t faced a ton of top tier defenses at Appalachian State, but he is a workout warrior which will help him in his NFL future.
Overall, Moore has a sleeper potential. He has great speed and elusiveness paired with good vision and patience. It would help him to have some better receiving qualities as a speed running back, but his rushing ability is solid. Moore has a couple of obstacles to hurdle, but has the opportunity to become a valuable running back.