T.J. Moe Scouting Report: NFL Outlook for Missouri WR

April 13, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Former Missouri wide receiver T.J. Moe isn't the biggest name entering the draft at the position, but he was the best target for quarterback Blaine Gabbert and his successor, James Franklin, before making the leap to the NFL draft. 
Moe electrified the scouting combine with his outstanding numbers, which in theory should translate into a difference on the field at the professional level. 
Does Moe have what it takes to succeed in the NFL? Can he work around his negatives to avoid going undrafted? Read on to find out. 
STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES + Sure hands, massive catch radius. - Smaller frame at 6'0" and 204 pounds.  + Quick release. - Dip in production over last two seasons. + Deceptive agility to break away from defenders. - Limited to slot at next level.  + Physical enough to go over middle.   
Moe is a slot receiver in the utmost sense who draws comparisons to Wes Welker and ...

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