STRENGTHS - Moe has a solid, compact frame which helps him absorb hits over the middle and hang onto the ball. He flashes the agility needed to run tight routes, and his physicality with defenders playing press allows him to get separation on his breaks. He does a solid job of breaking down in space and blocking with space, and is able to sustain blocks with his competitiveness.
WEAKNESSES - Moe is a one-speed player that lacks the burst to consistently create separation naturally or stretch the field vertically. His limited length and explosiveness gives him a very limited catching radius and hurts his ability to play the ball in the air. Despite consistently catching the ball well in games I evaluated, he lets the ball get into his body, leaving him more susceptible to pass break-ups. Although he is a competitive blocker, he is inconsistent in space because of limited foot quickness and strength.
SUMMARY - Moe is a player you want to like because of his toughness and willingness to play over the middle, but his athletic limitations will make it difficult for him to make an impact at the next level. He does not have the burst or acceleration needed to separate from defenders on his routes, and his lack of deep speed limit the type of routes he can be productive running. He is able to create space when he's aggressive with defenders coming out of his breaks, but he lacks the natural strength to be a consistent blocker at the POA. Moe will need to make an immediate impact on special teams as a rookie in order to make a final roster, as he does not possess the physical upside to become much more than a backup slot receiver.