40 Time: 4.6 (combine) 4.49 (Pro Day)
Cone Drill: 6.56
225′ Reps: 21
Moore has great size and speed. On tape he runs much closer to his pro day 40 time of 4.49. He has a knack for getting yards after the catch, a staple of the McCarthy and Philbin pass game. He tracks the ball well on deep throws. He has confidence and 32 7/8″ arms with 9 3/8″ hands to give him a large catch radius. He combined for 2,094 and 18 touchdowns his final two seasons for the Tigers. He looks to have great twitch and good route running in his game. He is willing to clean up his drops which were caused by a lack of focus. He can be a good complement to Davante Adams in time, with his ability to be a deep threat.
Moore needs time to develop and clean up his drops. However, most of his drops were in traffic and caused by a lack of concentration on Moore’s part. He’s a bit raw and needs to expand his route tree, come out stronger stronger against press man coverage, and enforce his size and speed on defensive backs. Having Adams, Allison, Cobb and Jimmy Graham should help him with his issues and allow him to develop.
How He Fits
Moore fits as the outside receiver opposite Davante Adams. Do not expect him to immediately become a stud wideout like some rookies have. Expect him to have a similar rookie year to Davante Adams and other rookies that became great weapons for Rodgers. Having 4 other receivers, including new TE Jimmy Graham should help Moore in his development and allow him to grow and get stronger at his own pace.
Projected Stats: 40 receptions 450 yards 4 TDs
Davante Adams , WR, Packers
Height: 6007 40 Time: 4.56
Weight: 212 lbs Cone Drill: 6.82
Arms: 32 5/8″ Vertical: 39.5″
Hands: 9″ 225lb Reps: 14