LSU’s offensive revolution was bound to spark major interest across the country from pass catchers. LSU has been able to cash in to a solid degree so far, landing bionic TE recruit Arik Gilbert and stud Kayshon Boutte. Koy Moore isn’t as highly regarded as those guys, but he isn’t to be disregarded by any stretch. He’s a long, shifty receiver who can catch the ball in traffic and make guys miss. It’s hard to see how Moore fits into everything with such a talented WR room going forward, but he should be in the mix to play.
Moore initially committed to USC, and remained committed for about half a year before he reopened his recruitment. He took an unofficial to Alabama, but LSU really swooped in and won him over. He committed to LSU on August 17, 2019 and never wavered.
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247 Composite Ranking: ****
247 Composite Rating: 0.8998
One thing that really stands out with Moore is his ability to put his foot in the ground and make people miss, a la a slower Jerry Jeudy. I think he can really use this ability to generate separation and possibly make up for his lack of foot speed (4.62 40). He’s also got a good frame and uses it well to catch contested balls.
The Future: Possession receiver who gets some snaps on the outside and plays a solid role.
High End: Becomes a solidly effective Z receiver for LSU, 40 catches, 750 yards, 6 TD kinda guy
Low End: Struggles to see the field in a fantastic receiver room, transfers.
Realistic: Becomes a solid 4th-5th option for Myles Brennan and his eventual successor, has a pretty cool college highlight reel and a fond place in the hearts of LSU fans. Few if any will work harder than Koy Moore.