OT Morgan Moses, Sr, UVA Scouting Report

April 13, 2014 in Scouting Reports

Measureables: 6’6” 314 lbs

Strengths:

  • Dancing Bear” at OT who can play with anyone in college football
  • Shutdown top end rushers all season
  • Shows solid technique in run blocking and pass protection
  • Exhibits strong first punch against opponent
  • Impressive length for OT

Weaknesses:

  • Not a top end athlete who will wow during offseason
  • Rumored concerns about motivation, weight
  • Is a “body catcher” at OT, and will let opponent into frame
  • Can stand to improve footwork as he can get uncoordinated

Analysis:

Morgan Moses arrived at UVA after a long wait coming out of college. After playing at RT the past few years, Moses was given his shot to play LT after Oday Aboushi graduated after the 2012 season. Morgan Moses is a dancing bear in every way possible, and while not showing elite athleticism in shorts, while show the speed necessary to play OT in the NFL during drills

Moses has had some concerns arise about possible motivation, but has seemed to show that he has moved past them this year. Came back to UVA dedicated and has maintained weight and played at a high level. Look for Moses to come off the board in the early to mid-part of Round 2. 


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