Kashif Moore really helped his case at this year's NFL combine.
Moore put up great numbers with his 4.42 in the 40, 43.5 inch vertical, and 3.05 shuttle. Moore's size is the only thing concerning everyone—he is only 5'9 and barely 180 pounds.
Moore sports a great pair of hands, and is a good route runner. He shows the ability to go up and catch the ball at its highest point, and has a great football IQ.
His stats aren't all that great, but I think that that has more to do with the lack of a good quarterback at UConn last season. Moore never really got a chance to establish a good relationship with a solid quarterback, and thus his numbers suffered.
It looks like Moore will be a late-round selection, but I think that he has some serious value there and is really flying under the scouts radar.
You can knock his size all you want, but out of the top 5 receivers in the NFL by yards last year, two were 5'9, those two being Wes Welker and Steve Smith.
While he may never reach that level, Moore certainly has the tools to be a solid pro.