Although the defensive ends were not allowed to lay actually hits on the quarterbacks during the G-Day game, Georgia's pass rushers and run stoppers proved what the coaches have been saying all spring – there is plenty of talent to go around.[details]
2004 (Sophomore): Outstanding spring and recorded five tackles, three sacks and one tackle-for-loss in annual spring G-day game....recipient of Leon and Vickie Farmer Endowed Football Scholarship...had 23 total tackles including 6.5 sacks and 7.5 tackles for loss...paced Georgia with 3.0 sacks in the regular-season finale against Georgia Tech...recorded 17 quarterback pressures...recorded four tackles, one tackle-for-loss, and one QB sack in Outback Bowl victory over Wisconsin....2004 SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2003 (Freshman): Participated on Georgia's basketball team before spring drills.....listed as number three DE at conclusion of spring drills.....played in all 13 games at DE....best games vs. Middle Tennessee State (8 tackles), and S.C. and UAB (6 tackles each)....named SEC All-Freshman first team by the SEC Coaches and The Sporting News....recorded sack in Capital One Bowl victory over Purdue.
The good: This explosive pass rusher has shown dominant skills at times during his college career. He is capable of making big plays from the edge. He has the upfield speed to harass quarterbacks and the frame to fill out even more. He has a tall, angular frame with a big wingspan that allows him to separate quickly from blockers.
The bad: Moses had a disappointing senior season that likely dropped him out of the first round. He struggled while facing the nation's top offensive tackles in Senior Bowl workouts. He needs to develop his strength and technique, especially against the run. He fails to stay alive at the point of attack once bigger tackles get their hands on him.
Outlook: He is capable of becoming an impact performer. Moses has the potential to become an eventual starter, but he probably will have to settle for a situational role early in his career. He could start in a 4-3 scheme after improving against the run. This falling Top 50 performer should go sometime in the second round. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Atlanta Falcons and Detroit Lions are interested in him.
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