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NFL Draft > 2009 Prospects > TE > Andrew Mooney

Andrew Mooney Scouting Report

Position: TE
Conference: MidAmerican
School: Ohio Bobcats
Year/Status: Declared
Jersey Number: #81
Height & Weight: 6'3 - 236 lbs.

2009 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:

Andrew Mooney, TE, Ohio

Mooney, a product of Lubbock, Texas, began his college career at New Mexico State where he played two spectacular seasons. He transferred to Ohio University in the spring of 2006, but sat out the season due to the transfer. In 2007 he played twelve games, leading the Bobcats (a conservative offensive team) in all three receiving categories. Mooney grabbed 34 balls for 498 yards with 9 TD, earning a selection to the All MAC Second Team squad. Mooney was a high school running back and is very big with a frame to add even more bulk. An athletic player who runs faster (4.68) than his size dictates, he is fluid and moves well outside the line. Although, his route running is poor and he led the team in receptions, his hands are suspect. He has dropped some very catchable balls. However, he does not bend knees well and he wears down as the game progressed. He really just needs more experience and better coaching. Mooney is a great athlete who is extremely raw. He needs to make the workroom his home-away-from-home. Plus, he just need more seasoning. That said, he does have all of the physical attributes to become a regular contributor in the NFL within a couple of years. He is a sixth to seventh round selection as of today, but he could move up with a good season.

Last Updated Nov-03-2008 by Raul Colon

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