Gives the Rams talent and experience at wide out... teams with Jason Caldwell to give the Rams a powerful one-two punch at wide receiver... has 93 career receptions for 1,179 yards and ten touchdowns, all among the top ten in school history... slated to start at one of the receiver slots again in 2010... second on team in receiving yards and touchdowns and third in receptions in 2009... had his 2008 season cut short by injury... tied for fifth on the squad in 2008 in receptions... made an immediate impact at the collegiate level as a freshman... third on the 2007 squad in receptions and receiving yards... gained plenty of experience as a freshman, appearing in eleven games with three starts.
2009: Appeared in all eleven games as a junior, starting six... finished season with 51 catches for 670 yards and seven touchdowns... second on team in receiving yards and touchdowns and third in receptions... had three 100-yard receiving games... ranked sixth in the Patriot League in receiving yards/game (60.9)... also rushed twice for five yards in 2009... made a career-high ten catches for 67 yards in the Holy Cross game... hauled in nine passes for a career-best 141 yards and three touchdowns (19, 30 and 15 yards) against Lehigh... finished with six catches for 132 yards and one score (36 yards) in the win over Old Dominion... hauled in five balls for 114 yards and two touchdowns (22 and 43 yards) in the season final win at Georgetown... made seven catches for 43 yards at Lafayette... recorded four receptions in both the Columbia (46 yards) and Bryant (53 yards and one touchdown) games... opened season with three catches for 34 yards at Rhode Island.
2008: Appeared in five games as a sophomore... caught 18 passes for 240 yards (13.3 yards/reception)... caught seven balls for 74 yards at Dayton... hauled in four passes for 88 yards at Lafayette... also had four catches for 48 yards at Lehigh... had a 23-yard reception in the season opening win over Rhode Island and two catches for seven yards in the Liberty Cup win over Columbia.
2007: Appeared in eleven games as a freshman, starting three... caught 24 passes for 269 yards and three touchdowns... hauled in five passes for 46 yards and one touchdown (15 yards) versus Albany... made four catches for 35 yards and one score (26 yards) at Georgetown... grabbed three passes for 30 yards in the NCAA FCS playoff game at Massachusetts... also had three catches for 30 yards versus Bucknell... caught two balls for 64 yards, including a 51-yard scoring strike, in the win at Lafayette... recorded two receptions for 22 yards in the season-opening win at Rhode Island... also made two catches for 14 yards in the Dayton game.
Before Fordham: A graduate of Chapin High School in El Paso, Texas where he lettered with the football squad... named District 1-4A Most Valuable Player... rushed 105 times for 898 yards (8.6 yards/carry) and eleven touchdowns as a senior in 2006... also had 21 receptions for 307 yards (14.6 yards/catch) and two scores... returned 14 punts for 334 yards (23.9 yards/return) and a touchdown and eight kickoffs for 231 yards (28.9 yards/return)... on defense, recorded 60 tackles (three for loss) with six interceptions and two fumble recoveries... helped team to an undefeated regular season (10-0) and to the regional semifinals... squad finished the 2006 season with a 12-1 record.
Personal: Son of Donna and David Moore... has a younger brother (Caleb) and a younger sister (Daneisha)... majoring in Business Administration.