2021 NFL Draft Profile: Nevada RB Kelton Moore

2021 NFL Draft Profile: Nevada RB Kelton Moore

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2021 NFL Draft Profile: Nevada RB Kelton Moore

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2021 NFL Draft Profile


Nevada RB Kelton Moore


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Background

Attended Juan Seguin High School in Arlington, Texas.

Listed by NevadaWolfPack.com, as a “5-11, 225 pound, running-back.”

Redshirted as a freshman.

In 2017, as a sophomore, Kelton Moore led the Wolf Pack in all rushing categories with eight-hundred and fifty-five yards on one-hundred and sixty-four attempts for an average of five point two yards per rush while adding four touchdowns on the ground and one through the air.

In addition, Moore posted nineteen receptions for one-hundred and eighty-nine yards for an average of nearly ten yards per. Moore tallied over one-thousand total yards from scrimmage finishing the season with one-thousand and forty-four yards for an average of five point seven per.

In 2018, Moore rushed ninety times for four-hundred and thirty-three yards getting into the end zone on four occasions. Moore, again, displayed his abilities as a pass-catcher posting twenty receptions for one-hundred and sixteen yards.

In 2019, Moore got into the end zone two more times tallying ten touchdowns on the ground for his career with the Wolf Pack.

As a senior, Moore earned Academic All-Mountain West Conference accolades, as well as being named a Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete.

Stats

Year  School  Class  G   Att   Yds   Avg   TD
2015  Nevada Fr.       (Redshirted)

2016  Nevada Fr.       3      2    10     5.0      0

2017  Nevada So.     12   164   855   9.9    4

2018  Nevada Jr.        13   90   433  4.8       4

2019  Nevada Sr.        8    34   126   3.7     2

Scouting Report

  • Downhill style sets the tone for the offense
  • Team captain
  • More muscle, less hamster
  • Choppy stride rhythm with a wide, stable base
  • Activates top gear within a step or two of handoff
  • Physical, not afraid of a collision on runs or in pass protection
  • Plenty of straight line giddy up through point of attack and on into the secondary
  • Effective one-step quick shuffle to sift through congestion around line of scrimmage
  • Ability to put linebackers on ice-skates in a phone booth with agile jab step
  • Sudden burst to beat defenders to the edge with another gear to win sprint to the boundary
  • Breaks tackles routinely while maintaining forward momentum, base balance and fundamental ball security
  • Reliable, natural hands pass catcher on swings, screens, delays, etc.
  • Versatile, in regards to scheme, as well as change of pace elements

Grade

Undrafted free-agent

(Statistics provided by sports-reference.com and NevadaWolfPack.com)

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