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Skyy Moore

WR

Western Michigan

5' 10"

Height

Weight

195

Bench
40-Time
10-Time
20-Time
4.41
Vertical
Broad
20-Shuttle
60-Shuttle
34 1/2"
10 5"
4.32
3-Cone
Hand
Arm
Wingspan
7.13
10 1/4"
31"

7.86

Final Grade

Injury History

Games Evaluated

Team Fit

LAC

BUF

DET

Strengths 

Moore's hands and his footwork are definite assets for his continued growth and success. He does have a solid knowledge of the routes and runs them effectively. Body control as well as leverage use are also playing strengths for Moore







Weaknessess

Limited time at the position. Not ideal size for position will limit his versatility. Consistency in gaining separation needs to be worked on as well.







Big Picture

Moore is still learning his position. He has the intelligence to continue to grow and still has not reached his ceiling. In high school he played both quarterback and defensive back and was recruited as a two-way player. He made an impact from day 1 at Western Michigan as he played on all 13 games while starting in 12 gaining 802 yards. In 2021, he led the FBS with 95 receptions, 1292 yards, and 10 touchdowns. His ability as well as his newness to the position will need to be coached up in order to reach his ceiling and his full potential. His size and build will have him in the slot.









Player Comp

Christian Kirk

Athleticism:

7.88

Lateral Agility
Elusiveness
Play Strength
Burst
Deep Speed
8
8.4
8
8
7

His agility speaks volumes when he is creating separation at the line. Also his body control allows him to move laterally at angles needed to excel at the slot position in the NFL. He has the speed needed to gain yards after the catch. Although the burst of speed isn't there he has a deep speed to make defenses gameplan accordingly.



Route Running:

7.92

Release/Foot Quickness
Route Tree Variety
Separation
Body Control
Spacing/Timing
8
7.5
8.3
7.9

Big Play Ability

Moore shows solid knowledge of the route tree despite being new to the position. His initial foot quickness and release are excellent to allow him to create separation from his defender at the line of scrimmage. His body control gives him an ability to create spacing at the line and give him the ability to exploit press coverage schemes against him. Great footwork to make quick and sudden breaks in his routes and doesn't telegraph the route.



Ball Skills:

7.5

Hands
Catch Radius
Contested Catch
High Points Ball
7.9
7.9
6

Moore can catch a lot. In his college career he caught all but six passes out of 162 receptions in three seasons. He has shown the ability to catch passes at their high point as well as in trafic. Moore also shows the ability to catch in traffic against defenders in press coverage.


Competitiveness:

8.18

Contact Balance
Blocking
Aggression/Toughness
Run After Catch
8.3
8
8.5

He shows the ability and willingness to catch in traffic and shed defenders while making the catch. In the offenseive system of Western Michigan he was effectively isolated which created opportunities to use his speed and elusiveness to gain solid chunks of yardage after making the catch. His dense frame allows him to play through contact easily and stay on his feet to gain more yardage. When tasked with blocking assignments, he blocks effectively.


Intelligence:

7.17

He is still new to the position only having three seasons under his belt. With that he has shown growth in his route tree development and has shown his coachability and that he still has room to grow and develop. HIs frame is best suited for the slot at the next level although he does have the intelligence and awareness to play along the sideline effectively.

Instincts
Coverage Recognition
Position Versatility
8
6.5
7