Rahim Moore scouting report

Rahim Moore S UCLA

Ht: 6’1″

Wt: 196

Strengths:
A playmaker at free safety with great ball skills. Does a nice job reading and reacting to the quarterback. Shows very good instincts in coverage. Started all three years at UCLA and was a team captain as a junior. A smart kid and a hard worker who is liked by coaches and teammates.
Weaknesses:
Limited ability in run support. Not a very reliable tackler. Limited experience in man coverage; typically only asked to play a centerfield-type role roaming the secondary in zone schemes.
Comments:
Moore is your typical ball hawk who makes big plays in coverage but isn’t really the complete package. He isn’t a physical player and doesn’t provide much support against the run. However, he has a knack for putting himself in position for the interception and every NFL teams wants a guy like that. In terms of coverage ability he compares favorably to Earl Thomas, the only difference is Thomas was a more complete player. Moore has the potential to start immediately at free safety.
Posted on by Ryan McCrystal in Scouting Reports - 2011 Comments Off

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