2016 NFL Draft: Scouting report for Cincinnati wide receiver Chris Moore, who is considered a late-round/UDFA prospect in the draft…
Cincinnati wide receiver Chris Moore is quick with decent hands. In four seasons, Moore tallied 2,301 yards and 26 TDs.
Moore has the build of an NFL receiver and was a big playmaker at Cincinnati. He averaged 21.7 yards per catch in his college career, contributing largely as a deep threat.
Notable Statistics: Averaged 21.7 yards per reception over four seasons
Moore has the height and ability to come down with contested balls. He appears most productive as a deep threat or big yardage receiver.
Moore has decent speed and burst after a catch. He consistently gets good separation on his defenders and has shown some ability to break tackles.
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Moore has shown limitations as a route runner. He will need to improve both at blocking, and at breaking tackles. He could also improve versatility as a receiving threat.
Though he has good physical abilities and size, he remains a largely raw prospect for the next level. He will need time to develop before he becomes a legitimate starting option.
Moore was a difference maker at Cincinnati and has the potential to translate this to the NFL. He has the height and general build of an NFL receiver.
Moore is quick and reliably gains separation on defenders. He possesses good hands, but will need to improve his route running to succeed at the next level.
A team could take a chance on Moore as a project, as he has the physical ability to develop into a deep treat receiver.