2018 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DJ MOORE: Maryland, 6000 210 4.45. Junior entry and three-year starter from Philadelphia, PA. Was voted Big-10 wide receiver of the year. An elite playmaker and competitor with the football in his hands. Fought through poor quarterback play to make a highlight reel worth of catches. Pound for pound very tough as an athlete. Shows special burst and acceleration off the line of scrimmage. Creates separation from defenders with his top end speed and short area quickness. Is an effective short to medium route runner when asked to do it. Strong set of hands. Natural hands catcher who snatches the ball from defender. Very quick and explosive off his feet when attacking the football in jump balls. Tracks the ball with elite concentration downfield, makes one-handed catches look simple. Very dangerous after the catch combining agility and power to become a threat to score every time he touches the football. Lacks route running nuances and savvy. Doesn’t always compete at running routes with focused emphasis. Will let defensive backs physically handle him downfield. Not very effective at using his body to shield defenders downfield relying on his athletic ability too much. Overall he is a tough, playmaking, dynamic slot receiver and return man with upside and long term potential. He caught passes in 33 consecutive games. Plays the game and sees things developing on the field at a very slow pace, making it look very easy to score at times. His ability to contribute on special teams right away make him an asset the minute he is drafted. His athletic ability and special talents with the football make him a potential star. 2017 stats: 80-1033, 12.9 ypr, 8 TD, 15-153 PR, 10.2 avg. OSR:2/45. First/second round. (A-31 5/8, H-9, VJ-39.5, SS-4.07).