2018 NFL Draft Sleeper: J’Mon Moore

Missouri wide receiver J’Mon Moore put together back-to-back strong performances as a junior and senior, putting him on the radar of most NFL scouts. The 6-foot-3, 204-pound receiver will be among the oldest WRs on draft day, which raises questions about his chances of maturing into a dominant player in the NFL. Not only is Moore one of the oldest WRs in this class, but he also has one of the latest breakout ages. Only 19 percent of the top-100 picks with Moore’s breakout age have reached the 200-point plateau in at least one of their first three seasons. It comes as no surprise that Moore fares poorly in Anthony Amico’s WR prospect model. However, before we bury Moore’s NFL chances, let’s take a deeper look at his collegiate production.

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