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The best quality I see from Moore is his run blocking ability. He is one of the better blocking receivers I have studied so far. Moore does a good job of tracking the ball in the air. He has quick feet in the open field. He backed this up by running a 6.56 in the three-cone drill at the Combine. Moore is also a solid route runner.
Moore drops too many easy targets. In the five games I watched, I never witnessed him make a contested catch. Moore lacks deep speed. He only ran a 4.60 forty at the Combine. It also bothers me that he never lined up anywhere except on the left side of the Missouri offense.
158 receptions, 2477 yards, 21 touchdowns
15 kick returns, 328 yards
Today we look at a prospect that is starting to rise up some draft boards. J’Mon Moore was a three-star recruit from Elkins HS in Missouri City, Texas. He redshirted his first year and played sparingly the next year. Moore led the team in receptions and yards as a redshirt sophomore. He closed his Tigers career with back-to-back seasons of 60-plus receptions and 1000-plus receiving yards.
2016: West Virginia
2017: Auburn, Kentucky, UCONN, Tennessee, Senior Bowl
The feeling I get when I watch J’Mon Moore is that I am not watching a special talent. Moore does some nice things but he doesn’t have a single elite trait. I think his value to an NFL team will be as a 3rd or 4th WR with special teams value. I could see him being drafted in the 5th or 6th round area.