J'mon Moore

Missouri
WR

Prospect Info

College
Missouri
Hometown
Class
Missouri City, TX
Senior
Height
Weight
Arms
6' 3"
207 lbs
32 7/8”
Hands
9 3/8”

Prospect Grade

5.56
Chance to Become NFL Starter
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2018 Draft Results

Drafted by
Green Bay
Packers
Round 4 ‧ Pick 33
40 Yard Dash
4.6
Seconds
 
Bench Press
21
Reps
 
Vertical Jump
38.0
INCHES
 
Broad Jump
120.0
INCHES
 
3 Cone Drill
6.56
Seconds
 
20 Yd Shuttle
4.04
Seconds
 
60 Yd Shuttle
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Seconds
 
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Moore led the Tigers in reception and receiving yards in 2017, earning second-team All-SEC recognition, starting 11 of 13 games played, catching 65 passes for 1,082 yards and 10 touchdowns. Despite struggling with drops throughout his junior season, Moore ran past, bulled through, and jumped over smaller cornerbacks to get onto the national radar with an SEC-leading 1,012 receiving yards on 62 receptions (eight scores for the season). He did not start against South Carolina because of those drops, but got the call for the last three games of the year and exploded (23 catches for 407 yards and two scores). Moore made 29 catches for 350 yards and three touchdowns as a sophomore starter after making just two catches for 33 yards as a redshirt freshman in 2014. The Texas native was one of the top receiver prospects coming out of the state in 2012 (50 receptions, 1,026 yards, 10 TD as a senior).
By Lance Zierlein
NFL Analyst
Draft Projection
Rounds 4-5
Overview
Moore followed up a strong junior campaign with an equally impressive senior season. While Missouri's offensive scheme made things easy on him and allowed him to rely on his athletic ability to succeed, he has the size, speed and talent to be able to succeed beyond what was asked of him in college. Moore is still raw and will need time to expand his knowledge and feel for the position, but he has the talent to become a WR3 or WR2 within the first two or three years.
Strengths
  • Size and speed prospect
  • Fluid in his movement and flashes athletic traits
  • Sidesteps corners trying to crowd his release and has juice to climb past them to create vertical separation
  • Route stems have twitch to separate
  • Drives back to the football to cut off cornerback's path to the throw
  • Flashes soft hands when he's plucking away from his frame
  • Makes necessary adjustments early on deep throws
  • Has athletic traits to work all three levels of the field
  • Brings danger to the defense after the catch
  • Uses stick-and-move foot quickness to elude tacklers with lateral agility and has acceleration to get off to the races
  • Effective shaking tackle attempts off of his hips
Weaknesses
  • Still raw
  • Feasted primarily on hitches and comebacks
  • Worked just one side of the field and stayed out near the numbers
  • Doesn't have a feel for controlling his area of the field
  • Allows cornerbacks to crowd him against the sideline and force him out of bounds on his downfield routes
  • Routes need greater leverage to open wider intermediate and downfield catch windows
  • Still learning to set up route breaks
  • Needs to improve hip sink for quicker stop and open
  • Had too many focus drops
  • Scouts say he can be surly and question his maturity level

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GRADE
9.00-10
Once-in-lifetime player
8.00-8.99
Perennial All-Pro
7.50-7.99
Future All-Pro
7.00-7.49
Pro Bowl-caliber player
6.50-6.99
Chance to become Pro Bowl-caliber player
6.00-6.49
Should become instant starter
5.50-5.99
Chance to become NFL starter
5.20-5.49
NFL backup or special teams potential
5.01-5.19
Better-than-average chance to make NFL roster
5.00
50-50 Chance to make NFL roster
4.75-4.99
Should be in an NFL training camp
4.50-4.74
Chance to be in an NFL training camp
NO GRADE
Likely needs time in developmental league