2022 Guide: What Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services said about SKYY MOORE:
Western Michigan, 5095 195 4.39. Junior entry, three-year starter, New Kensington, PA. A lightly recruited former high school cornerback and quarterback who transitioned to wide receiver at Western Michigan. Earned first-team All-MAC honors in both 2021 and 2019, second team in 2020. Has the elite quickness and precision as a route runner to consistently gain initial separation at the next level. He split time evenly between lining up at the slot and out wide, but he will likely project inside. His toughness and ability after the catch that stems from balance and vision can make him a force with the ball. Plays stronger and bigger than he looks. His lack of size and long speed will likely keep him from being an outside threat but there should not be a need to put him out there considering how refined and ready his skill set is to impact the game from the slot. A light, but solidly built and surprisingly strong athlete with the ball in his hands. Runs ultra-low to the ground with a sturdy base and twitchy movement. Has some water-bug in him. Hard to get a clean hit on him with the ball in his hands. Explodes off two feet when making breaks out of his routes. Snappy, explosive movement in a phone booth to pair with toughness and physicality. Plays with different gears and always seems to have the ability to speed it up even further when needed. Understands the nuances of route running and ball skills. Small in stature. Lacks height and reach, will constantly be playing with a small radius. Will get too predictable off the line. Altered by a solid jam too easily. Needs to change up his releases. Lacks the deep long stride speed to further his separation on vertical routes.
2021 stats: 96-1293, 13.5 ypr, 10 TD. OSR:12/33. Second/third round. (A-31, H-10 1/4, VJ-34.5, SS-4.34).