2020 Guide: What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about THADDEUS MOSS: LSU, 6017 250 4.80. Junior entry, one-year starter, Charlotte, NC. Played one season at NC State. Missed all of 2018 while rehabbing a foot injury. Son of former NFL receiver Randy Moss. Was a key part of the elite passing attack LSU put on display en route to their National Championship. He really started to emerge over the course of the second half of the year where he put on plus-ball skills and grit. While he lacks ideal experience and physical tools, there will be a place for him on a depth chart. He won’t ever be a feature tight end but there is reason to believe he can add something to a passing attack as an accessory piece. Crafty, savvy receiver who will find the windows and creases. Very quarterback-friendly target who understands the game. Shows good footwork near the boundaries and never loses track of his eye-hand coordination. Will catch pretty much everything within his reach. Tough player who will give good effort as a blocker both inline and in space. Can overwhelm defensive backs with his strength. Lacks the desired size and power of an inline, every-down tight end. Physically just average across the board. Doesn’t get up the seam and push the secondary. Not a sharp route runner. Lacks a lot of experience and missed an entire season with a foot injury. 2019 stats: 47-570, 12.1 ypr, 4 TD. Medical exclusion at Combine. Sixth/seventh round. (A-31 7/8, H-9 7/8, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).