Mizzou’s T.J. Moe performed well at the NFL combine and was the top performer in the bench press among wide receivers at 26 reps. He also did well in the three cone drill, turning in the fastest time at 6.53. His only downfall was the 40 yard dash. He was the slowest receiver at 4.74.
“I’m quick, and I can catch the football,” Moe said. “You’re not going to draft me to put me outside and run a fade route. You’re going to draft me because I can get open underneath and make things happen.”
NFL.com’s analysis graded him with a score of 60 and makes him a projected 4th through 7th round choice. Their experts say its going to be tough to imagine him not fighting himself onto a roster. Moe caught some attention with his workouts on Sunday. He even made a great one-handed grab in positional drills. He was moving to his right and had to reach out with his right arm to pull in a pass that was off the mark.