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It has been tough to develop the pass-rushers New England has drafted lately. Shawn Crable and Jake Bequette have been high-profile busts, while Markell Carter and Michael Buchanan certainly haven't lit the world on fire. According to Zuri Berry of Boston.com, Zach Moore isn't wasting any time trying to get over the hump:
"The pride of Concordia St. Paul, Zach Moore, backed up Rob Ninkovich at defensive end. He has the appearance of one who can both get up field and drop back, which is precisely the value that Ninkovich provides."
Ninkovich—who always seems to be in the right spot at the right time—is a tough player to pattern your game off of. He is equally comfortable at 4-3 defensive end with his hand in the dirt as he is standing up at outside linebacker.
If Moore reminds anyone of Ninkovich at this point, that is a good sign.