Notre Dame football: Fresno, Moore on Irish recruiting radar
corner, his preferred position where he had five interceptions last
Moore’s frame resembles that of a wide receiver with good height and
long arms. With a vertical jump of 37 inches, Moore’s basketball
friends call him “Bouncy” because of his affinity for dunking.
His physical traits might be his best assets, but he’s also
well-versed in the fundamentals of the defensive back position. Moore
has been coached by defensive backs coach Tony Perry who also worked
“Just the little things Tony teaches me about being aggressive at the
line of scrimmage, footwork, and being able to use your feet and not
always have to use your arms,” Moore said of his strengths as a
corner. “Just having the athletic ability to run and jump with
Both Rivals.com and 247Sports.com rate Moore as a four-star athlete.
Rivals ranks him as the No. 17 safety in the country and 247Sports
ranks him as the No. 18 cornerback.
Currently Moore is heavily considering four other schools besides
Notre Dame: UCLA, California, Oregon and Georgia. Georgia is the only