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NFL Draft > 2014 Prospects > OT > Morgan Moses

Morgan Moses Scouting Report

Projected Draft Position
by FFToolbox Writers

FFToolbox's 4/15 Mock Draft Not selected  
Matt De Lima's 4/10 Mock Draft Round 1: #19 by MIA
Ricky Dimon's 4/8 Mock Draft Not selected  
Rob Warner's 3/20 Mock Draft Not selected  
Matt Binstock's 4/25 Mock Draft Not selected  
Ben Standig's 4/24 Mock Draft Not selected  
Forrest N Long's 4/24 Mock Draft Not selected  

FFToolbox User Mock Drafts

24.0% used Morgan Moses in their first round mock.
The teams most often chosen were:
CAR (7%), SEA (7%), MIA (6%), NO (5%)
Position: OT
Conference: ACC
School: Virginia Cavaliers
Year/Status: Senior
Jersey Number: #78
Height & Weight: 6'6 - 325 lbs.
Draft Prediction: Second Round
Ranked #44 on our Top 100 Prospects Board

2014 NFL Combine Results
40-Yard Dash5.35
Broad jump106
Three-cone drill7.93
20-yard shuttle4.95

2014 NFL Draft Prospect Scouting Report:
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Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia

The Cavaliers have produced yet another NFL-caliber offensive line prospect in Moses. With ideal height, length and footwork, he has a great opportunity to latch on as a left tackle for many years.

May be best suited for a zone-blocking scheme. Not a powerful blocker. Quick feet and good change of direction. Sets nicely and can absorb most bull rushes. Good at moving to a spot and using his momentum to deflect defenders. Well-balanced in his skills, no glaring weaknesses as a run blocker or pass protector. Will sometimes become lax with footwork. Could use some coaching up on active hand use.

Good awareness and ability to read the rush. Keeps head on a swivel. Good lateral agility when run blocking. Pad level inconsistent as defenders will sometimes use his height against him. Average knee bend. Doesn't show much of a mean streak, but certainly cares about team performance.

Moses projects as an early second round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.

Last Updated Feb-20-2014 by Matt De Lima

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