Until the start of fall camp, The World-Herald will be counting down the top 50 players you need to know heading into the 2015 Husker football season.
6-2 | 195 | Jr. | WR
Breakout time. In practice, Moore has shown flashes of the speed and quickness necessary to be a good wideout at Nebraska. He’s yet to show it consistently in games, and given NU’s glut of young scholarship receivers — including incoming freshmen Stanley Morgan and Lavan Alston — who could push for playing time, Moore must have a strong fall camp or risk getting knocked down the depth chart.
Moore has 16 catches for 211 yards in two seasons, and perhaps is better known for the pass he didn’t hold on to at Michigan State last season than any grab he did have. Moore has the skills to make better memories. But he’ll have to prove it in camp and win a starting job.