- TOP OKLAHOMA STATE PROSPECTS FOR THE 2014 NFL DRAFT: 4. WR Tracy Moore (6-1, 215, 4.57)...The next well-built wideout out of Oklahoma State, Moore played in only four games last season due to an ankle injury that ended his season in mid-October. He earned a medical redshirt and returns to Stillwater for another season of eligibility. Moore set career bests in 2011 with Brandon Weeden throwing him the ball, finishing with 45 catches for 672 yards and four touchdowns but should top those numbers in 2013 if he stays on the field. He looks the part with good height and build and wins with his physical demeanor and body strength to run over defenders and pick up every yard that he can. Moore isn't an easy ballcarrier to tackle and does a nice job holding onto the ball in traffic and after a big hit. He doesn't have elite top-end speed but accelerates well with good route quickness to gain separation in and out of his breaks.
The biggest concern for Moore might be his ability to stay on the field after last year's season-ending injury and some off-field issues that could be troublesome. He was cited for public intoxication in March 2012, followed by a citation for outraging public decency in June 2012 and then a third incident last August, when he was cited for providing alcohol to a minor. Based on talent, Moore has the potential to be No. 1 on this list, but character and durability concerns drop him to fourth right now. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
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The Cowboys will need to replace three of their top four receivers from a year ago, including two-time Biletnikoff winner and first round pick Justin Blackmon. However, they do return Moore, who finished third on the team in receiving last season and is the most experienced target on the Oklahoma State roster.
The son of a former NBA player, he was a three-star WR/TE recruit out of high school and chose the Cowboys over Missouri, Colorado and Tulsa.
Moore saw immediate action and started seven games as a freshman and sophomore, combining for 28 catches for 395 and four touchdowns. He had his best season last year as a junior, finishing third on the team (behind Blackmon and Josh Cooper) with 45 grabs for 672 yards and four scores.
Moore, who is listed at 10 pounds lighter than when he was in high school, has a good-sized frame with nice length and catching radius to reel-in tough catches. He needs to show improved hands and focus as a senior, but has the playmaking ability to create after the catch. Moore doesn't have the same ability as Dez Bryant or Blackmon, but he should lead the Cowboys in receiving this season and boost his draft stock into the mid-round range.