Denarius Moore to Oakland Raiders: 2011 NFL Draft Scouting Report

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Tennessee Vols wide receiver Denarius Moore broke out during his senior year in 2010, finishing with 981 yards receiving and nine touchdowns. 

Moore’s finest collegiate performance came in his final appearance at Neyland Stadium, catching seven balls for 205 yards and a score against Kentucky. 

Moore is a legitimate low-4.4 40 guy and will be a deep threat at the next level. 

There are lingering concerns that Moore was just a one-hit wonder after bursting on the scene in 2010. He’s also not an overly strong wide receiver and won’t be able to offer a lot of help in the run game. He’s also liable to get knocked off his routes against bigger, more physical DBs. 

Given his big-play ability, Moore does offer some decent mid-round value to the Raiders, who, as usual, love adding home run threats in the draft.

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