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Zack Moss | 20

RB | Utah | Buffalo Bills
Ht: 5093 / 5' 09" | Wt: 223 | Upd: 09/04/2020

Vitals

Birth Date: 12/15/1997
Age: 22
Original Team: BUF
NFL Entry: 20 03 086
NFL Exp: R
Depth Chart Key: 20/3
Team History: BUF

Player History

06/20 BUF D/C signed

Ourlads' Profile:

2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about ZACK MOSS: Utah, 5093 223 4.59. Three-year starter, Hialeah Gardens, FL. Re-wrote the running back record book at Utah. A 2019 All-America and Pac 12 Offensive Player of the Year Award winner. Also finished second-team All Pac 12 in his injury-shortened 2018 season. Cousin to former NFL receivers Santana and Sinorice Moss. A back who could have declared for the 2019 draft, Moss opted to return for his senior year and prove a meniscus injury was behind him. The every-down back is a force with the ball in his hands who, especially with downhill momentum, will pick up the tough yards by running through contact. He is more than a simple inside runner. Very elusive and slippery in the open field and always seems to have his balance. Looks like a pass catcher as well, giving him an every down feel. Has suffered injuries to his knee, shoulder, and foot however. At the very least he can be an option for a team that wants a dual attack out of the backfield, but with the potential to be the feature guy. Has an ideal build for the position that is capable of taking on hits while maintaining forward momentum and overall balance. Thick below the waist but still moves with grace and fluidity. Derives elite power and pop from his hips, can often be the aggressor in an engagement with the defender. Can alter his running style on the fly. A power inside runner that pushes piles, but also shows the ability to get slippery in space. Plenty of yards after initial contact, rarely goes down right away. Has been a weapon in the passing game for two seasons, displaying soft hands and the ability to bring in balls away from his body. Can get a little heavy with his foot speed at times. Doesn’t have the true breakaway speed. Could use work on his body, getting rid of some bad weight. Has durability issues, as he has missed games three out of four years with different injuries. Needs to keep hammering away at blocking techniques. 2019 stats: 1416 yds, 6.0 ypc, 15 TD, 28 rec, 388 yds, 13.9 ypr, 2 TD. OSR:31/33. Fourth/ fifth round. (A-31 1/4, H-9 1/4, BP-19, SS-4.37).