JAYLON MOORE | Western Michigan | OG | #76 | rSr | 6042 | 311 | Detroit, MI | Consortium | 01.09.98 (23)
Moore significantly helped his draft stock with a tremendous Senior Bowl week, but his tape left a lot to be desired. Moore excels as a run blocker. He is very strong and does an excellent job of ending a rep at the attack point. He can handle guys who try to convert speed to power against him. Moore has great foot speed for his size. He moves well on his kick-slide, and he can get out in front of defenders because of it. In the Senior Bowl 1-on-1s, his power and foot speed were on full display. He is good in short areas and won most of his reps against great competition. On film, though, Moore lacks balance. He ends up on the ground too often. He’ll throw his body at defenders rather than staying patient and square. When asked to pull, he is forced to lunge at players because of his lack of length. At a lower level of competition, he got beat too often. The flash plays are there, but he wasn’t consistent enough for a player that has three years of starting experience. He’ll have to kick inside, as he isn’t athletic enough to stay at tackle. With his overall power and what he put on display at the Senior Bowl, Moore is an intriguing late Day 3 option. He has the versatility to be a depth piece early, with the hopes to develop into a serviceable guard at the next level.
Raised in Detroit, Michigan. Two-star recruit according to 247Sports. Business major. Redshirt. Played in five games as a freshman. Started all 13 games as a sophomore. Played in 13 games as a junior, and five as a senior, when he earned second-team All-MAC honors.
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