Alabama A&M (2019), vs. Southern (2019)
A plus athlete with good size for the guard position. Explosive in the run game, while remaining patient in his pass sets. His great athleticism can bail him out if he gets too aggressive and gets out of position. He bullies players once he gets his mitts on them, as he displaces defenders with ease and finishes blocks with malice.
Unproven against higher competition. Needs some work on the technical aspect on his game as he relies on being physically dominant over his opponents. Can get too far out in front of where he needs to be and lose his balance. His pass sets need a decent amount of work, particularly in his lower body. Anchor is disappointing given how powerful he is at moving people off of spots.
Extremely physical player who can move players at will. Uber-aggressive player in the run game, with solid patience in pass protection. Had some good reps at the Senior Bowl, but is inexperienced against higher competition in meaningful game reps. He is a high ceiling player who I see as scheme versatile, due to his high-end athleticism. Coaches will see him as a ball of clay that they can shape into their scheme. Definitely needs to clean up technically, so he projects to be a backup guard day 1 in the league with starter upside into year two or three depending on the strength of the coaching staff.
Moore is a great functional athlete. At about 6'2 320, he possesses a stout build with surprising length. He expolodes off the line of scrimmage and moves with good agility and a low center of gravity. He plays too far out in front of himself sometimes due to his agressive playstyle, but that can be cleaned up with a little control.
Big Play Ability
Movement off L.O.S.
Pull & Block Outside
Adjust in Space
Use of Hands
Explosive off the snap in run sets and his heavy hands move DL with ease. He was so dominant in this area against lower competition that you can see his footwork and hand placement got lazy at times. His best trait his his explosiveness and mobility, so I have little concern about him having to do a lot of movement in an NFL scheme.
Is surprisingly patient with his strikes on pass sets as opposed to his agressive nature in the run game. He needs to better configure his lower body in pass sets as I see that as his biggest issue heading to the NFL. The less he has to move his feet in pass sets the better he is. He can reset very well due to his agility, but his anchor isn't the greatest when tested with speed to power moves.
Ability to Combat Inside Move
This man abuses people for fun and it entertians me. He finishes blocks whenever he can and he physically dominated his lower competition.
Never snapped at the collegiate level, and is too small to play tackle. However, he is scheme versatile due to his combination of power and agility. A smart player who consistently handled stunts and twists in a calm and controlled manner.