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Elijah Moore

WR

Ole Miss

5'10"

Height

Weight

178

Bench
40-Time
10-Time
20-Time
17
4.35
Vertical
Broad
20-Shuttle
60-Shuttle
36"
10' 1"
4
3-Cone
Hand
Arm
Wingspan
6.67
9 3/8"
30 1/8"
71 3/4"

7.35

Final Grade

Injury History

Games Evaluated

Team Fit

LAR

LAC

JAX

Strengths 

Elijah Moore has excellent top end speed, running a 4.32 at his pro day. Moore is a surehanded slot receiver who uses his speed well to create separation. With his elite level speed and acceleration, he's able to turn the corner quickly on quick outs and jet sweeps. After the catch, Moore can beat defenders in a variety of ways: he can outrun, beat you with lateral quickness, and even run through you.

Weaknessess

A big drawback to Elijah Moore's game is his size. While there are plenty of smaller players who have success at the receiver position, Moore hasn't show the ability to be able to play anywhere but the slot, limiting his versatility. While Moore is surehanded, his catch radius is limited and despite an impressive vertical, he's not going to outjump anyone and high point the ball. There have also been instances where he gets bullied by bigger DBs on downfield routes.

Big Picture

If this receiver class wasn't so deep, Moore would be a borderline first round pick. Even with this deep class, a team who really likes him might try to take him at the end of the first round. Moore has the potential to be a elite slot receiver in the NFL, however, he hasn't show the ability to be anything else. Unlike someone like Tyreke Hill (who has similar size and skills to Moore) Moore hasn't shown he can line up outside the numbers, which limits his versatility. Regardless, his numbers as primarily a slot receiver were so impressive, that teams might not even care. In eight games this season, Moore posted double digit catches in seven of them, including an impressive 11 for 143 against Alabama. He also posted three 200+ yard games. And remember, all of this came against SEC teams, so he played some of the best defenses in the country. While Moore is small, he plays with a lot of strength. He's shown the ability to not only absorb contact, but also run through it. His 17 bench reps at his pro day is very impressive at his size, and speaks to his strength, as well as his durability, not missing a game for Ole Miss in three seasons. Moore should be a day 2 pick with the chance to sneak into the first round if a team really likes him, especially if teams think they can turn him into the next Tyreek Hill.

Player Comp

Tyreek Hill

Athleticism:

7.48

Lateral Agility
Elusiveness
Play Strength
Burst
Deep Speed
7.2
7.1
7.5
7.6
8

Route Running:

7.48

Release/Foot Quickness
Route Tree Variety
Separation
Body Control
Spacing/Timing
7.5
7.4
7.3
7.5

Big Play Ability

Ball Skills:

7.5

Hands
Catch Radius
Contested Catch
High Points Ball
6.5
6.9
6.6

Competitiveness:

7.15

Contact Balance
Blocking
Aggression/Toughness
Run After Catch
7.6
7
7.5

Intelligence:

7.23

Instincts
Coverage Recognition
Position Versatility
7.4
7.4
6.9