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Devin Moore RB 5'9 187 Wyoming 4.37

By: Robert Davis

Moore did not play much as a freshman, but he did manage to run for 123 yards, catch six passes for 63 yards, and return five kicks for 63 yards. He was utilized more as an offensive player in 2006, this time rushing for 574 yards and three touchdowns to go along with 21 catches for 113 yards. Moore became one of the best all purpose threats in the MWC as a junior, rushing for 965 yards and five touchdowns, catching 24 balls for 161 yards, and even returned a kick 98 yards for a touchdown. Moore had a fine senior season, rushing for a career high 1,301 yards and seven touchdowns, earning 1st team All MWC honors along the way.


Moore is a versatile weapon, that could help in a variety of roles in the NFL. Moore has excellent speed, and is tough to catch in the open field. He has the quickness to make defenders miss, and accelerates quickly to top speed once he hits a seam. Moore also shows good hands as a receiver, and could be a threat out of the backfield. His breakaway ability as a rusher and receiver means you cannot take your eye off him whenever he is on the field. Moore has also shown his big play ability as a return man, giving him three ways to help his football team put points on the board.


Moore has a small frame for a wide receiver, let alone a running back. His small frame and lack of power will prevent him from being anything more than a situational running back. With some development, he could possibly even be moved to wide receiver because he may not be able to run between the tackles much.


Devin Moore is a legitimate home run threat, and has the speed and quickness to allow that ability to translate to the NFL level. He must show the toughness and work ethic to improve his skills as a rusher, receiver, and returner because his value in the league revolves around his versatility. Moore was a combine snub, but he made up for it at his pro day by running two sub 4.4 40 times.

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