Moore's an incredibly reliable and productive receiver. He's used all over the formation and is given screens, handoffs, schemed touches, etc. frequently. He runs a diverse route tree, but doesn't win with refined technique. He thrives on finding the soft spots in zones and being incredibly reliable with sticky hands. He tends to round out his routes and doesn't have much snap in and out of his breaks. For a player of his size, you'd expect a lot more athleticism and agility, but that's not the case with Moore. He's a smart player and has more than enough speed to at least have a role in the NFL, but he's not going to win with pure explosiveness and agility off the line of scrimmage. Incredibly good receiver and reels in nearly everything that's thrown his way. Shows tremendous hand-eye coordination and can reel in one-handed catches easily. Has the ability to reel in catches in tight windows with a defender on his back. Also has the ability to go up and highpoint the football surprisingly well for a player of his stature. Can pick up plenty of yardage when he's schemed open, but won't be able to create much on his own. Was moved all over the formation pre-snap or out of the slot, so very few examples of him facing press coverage. However, with the athleticism and agility concerns, plus his size, it's reasonable to assume that this wouldn't be a strong suit of his. Good ability to track the ball while it's in the air and set himself in the best position to reel it in. Few examples of being targeted deep downfield though, so a small sample size to work from. There are concerns about his true long-speed and whether or not he's going to be able to have the necessary speed to fill his assumed slot role in the NFL. Overall, Moore's a talented and productive college receiver, but it's hard to see his skillset translating to top-tier NFL production. He'll need to be schemed open in order to be productive and that's not something that NFL teams are going to value very highly. Moore's likely a Day 3 pick.