2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about BRILEY MOORE: Kansas State, 6042 240 4.66. Three-year starter, Blue Springs, MO. Spent three years at Northern Iowa where he started for two seasons. After missing 2019 because of an injury, Moore transferred to Kansas State for the 2020 season where he also started and tied for the team lead in touchdowns. A quick footed, underrated athlete that has a feisty way about him. He excels at finding the windows in coverage, comes to the pass hard, and will create after the catch. Can be a very quarterback-friendly target. Won’t factor much in the trenches, but his effort is there, and he does block well at the second level. Can be a solid backup at the next level with a limited upside. Quick and assertive out of his snap. Shows light precise footwork off the line and into his breaks. Gains separation consistently underneath. Fast to get his head around and will come back to the ball hard with his hands up. Aggressive pass catcher that shows soft hands. Can make things happen after the catch. Shows a twitchy, but loose lower half to evade tacklers and gain yards after the catch. A scrappy blocker that will keep his hands and feet active, most effective at the second level and in space. 2020 stats: 22-338, 15.4 ypr, 3 TD. Sixth/seventh round. (A-30 7/8, H-9 3/4, VJ-37.5, SS-4.37).