Weight: 250 pounds Position Rank: 6 Weight: 250 pounds Position Rank: 6 Weight: 250 pounds Position Rank: 6

Damontre Moore, DE/OLB, Texas A&M: 2013 NFL Draft Player Profile


Jan 4, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas A

Height:  6’5″

Weight: 250 pounds

Position Rank: 6

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40 Yard Dash:  4.95

Bench Press:  12

Vertical Jump:  39.5

Broad Jump:  122

2012 Stats

Tackles For Loss
GSacksSack YardsSacks/G
Misc. Defense
GPasses Broken UpQB HurriesFumbles ForcedKicks/Punts Blocked

Career Highlights (Texas A&M Official Athletic Site)

Was fourth on the team in tackles with 72 stops, including 41 solo hits … saw action in 12 games with 10 starts at “joker” … was the top tackler down the stretch with at least six tackles in the final six games of the regular season, including 12-tackle games against Kansas State and Texas … was second on the team behind Sean Porter in sacks (8.5/50) … Led the team in tackles for losses (17.5/70) … had five sacks in the final three games of the regular season, including a pair against Kansas State and Kansas … had a team-best four forced fumbles and also recovered a fumble.

Earned Freshman All-Big 12 honors from ESPN.com after serving as Butkus Award winner Von Miller’s backup at the Aggies’ “joker” … turned in an impressive stat line of 40 tackles, including 5.5 QB sacks, and also contributed an interception and a team-high three forced fumbles … was named National Defensive Performer of the Week by the College Football Performance Awards after coming off the bench to make a season-high seven tackles, including two QB sacks and another tackle for loss of yardage in the Aggies 48-16 win over Louisiana Tech … Moore also forced three fumbles and recovered one against the Bulldogs.

Scouting Report/Player Notes

Moore has emerged as one of the nation’s top defensive end/linebacker hybrid players. Through the team’s first six games, he leads the Aggies with 52 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, and 8.5 sacks. He’s having a dominant junior season, and could be a clear candidate to leave early and be one of the top pass rushers selected in 2013. Moore broke out in his sophomore season with 72 tackles, 17.5 tackles for loss, and 8.5 sacks supplemented by four forced fumbles and has followed that campaign up beautifully. Gets good burst off the snap and is obviously wildly productive. From what I’ve seen of him, he is a very aggressive player who can get sucked in at times, and needs to work on play recognition, but he has great natural abilities to get into the offensive backfield. Really good closing speed and wrap up ability. He has all of the tools you look for to be a first round selection.

Video Highlights (via YouTube)