2009 (Junior): Competed in all 10 games as a starting wide receiver and kick off returner ... second on the team in receptions (33) and receiving yards (315) ... 10th in the MEAC in receptions per-game (3.1) ... third in the MEAC, 14th among all FCS players in kickoff returns, at 25.6 yards per attempt ... returned a kickoff 90 yards for Delaware State's lone touchdown in a 52-10 loss to MEAC champion South Carolina State (Oct. 31) ... 51-yard kickoff return set up the Hornets' first score (field) in loss at Michigan (Oct. 17) ... also had a 55-yard kickoff return in loss to Norfolk State (Nov. 14) ... Delaware State leader with 775 all purpose yards (77.5 pg) ... had five catches for a career-best 101 yards in 30-20 win over Howard (Nov. 21) ... hauled in career-best 58-yard pass from Anthony Glaud in Howard contest ... had career-high seven catches (long 16) in 21-16 loss to Norfolk State (No. 14) ... recorded five receptions for 45 yards (long15) in loss at Delaware (Sep. 19) ... had three catches for 51 yards, including 36-yarder, in opening day loss to Florida A&M (Sep. 5) ... racked up 240 all-purpose yards in South Carolina State contest.
2008 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 11 games for the Hornets and started in 10 games at wide receiver…second on the team with 32 receptions and 319 yards…second on team with 131 kickoff return yards (team-leader with 21.8 ypr)…also credited for one rush for seven yards…tied for 12th in the MEAC with 2.91 receptions/game…19th in the MEAC with 29.00 receiving yards/game…recorded career-high six catches for 74 yards against Central Conn. St. (Sept. 27)…registered career-high 60-yard kickoff return in 34-28 win against Norfolk State (Nov. 15.).
Top sprinter on Delaware State’s indoor and outdoor track and field teams … qualified for 2009 NCAA Outdoor East Regional championships in the 100-meter dash (10.39) and 200-meter dash (20.75) … member of Delaware State’s NCAA championship qualifying 1600-meter relay team, which posted a school-record time of 3:05.21 at national championships … captured 2009 MEAC indoor 200-meter championship with time of 21.50 seconds … qualified for 2008 NCAA East Regional in 100 & 200 … also competed in long jump (top leap: 6.84 meters).
2007 (Freshman): Competed in all 12 games in first season on active roster … fourth on the team in receiving yards (152) and fifth in receptions (130 … team leader with 431 kickoff return yards (20.5 ypr) … also credited with 57 yards rushing on nine carries … third on the team with 639 all-purpose yards … had season-high four catches for 46 yards (long 34) in 29-13 win over Howard (Nov. 17) … caught two passes for career-high 49 yards (long 34) in 24-17 win at Hampton (Sep. 29) … had season-best 44-yard kickoff return in 25-17 victory over Morgan State … returned a kickoff 40 yards in 24-10 win over Bethune-Cookman (Oct. 4) … had two carries for 46 yards, including career-high 42-yarder in season-opening win over Coastal Carolina (Sep. 1).
High School: Listed among 2004 Top 50 players in Maryland … competed at quarterback, wide receiver and kick returner … played for head football Bryan Pierre … also competed in track & field … three-time All-DC Metro track and field selection … Penn Relays High School Division long jump champ … two-time Maryland 4A champ in 100-meter dash … state champion in 55-meter dash … once clocked at 4.29 in 40-meter dash.
Personal: Son of Larry and Cheryl Moore … top sprinter on Delaware State’s indoor and outdoor track & field teams … qualified for 2008 NCAA East Regional Outdoor Track & Field Championships in the 100-meter dash (10.50 sec.) and 200-meter dash (21.23) … born 10/4/87.