2018 NFL Draft

T.J. Moe, WR

School: Missouri  |  Conference: SEC
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: O'Fallon, MO
Height/Weight: 6-0 / 204 lbs.
Projected Ranking
OverallPositionProj. Rnd.
2012 Season
(Entering 2012) An impact player when the ball is in his hands, and he'll look to close out an outstanding Tiger career in style ... Is No. 1 on the depth chart at the H-Receiver position, where he has starred for the previous two seasons, and where his versatility gives the Tiger offense plenty of options in how to use him ... Is also likely to factor into the return game as well, where he has been a solid performer.
2011 Season
Saw his numbers go down overall as the offense became more diversified, but he still was the team's most productive receiver, as he made 54 catches for 649 yards and 4 TDs, while he carried 11 times for 61 yards ... Also showed off his arm as he completed 2-of-3 passes on gadget plays, completing them for 71 yards and 1 TD ... His TD pass came in the Independence Bowl, on a beautiful 40-yard strike to WR Wes Kemp, which tied the game at 7-apiece in the 1st quarter ... Was held without a catch against UNC (breaking a string of 25 consecutive games with a reception), but still impacted the game with his TD pass, as well as a key 49-yard kickoff return in the 3rd quarter which set up a Tiger TD after the Tar Heels had closed to within striking distance ... Led the team with six catches and 56 yards against Miami (Ohio), which included his 100th career reception ... Saw his first action at punt returner, as he returned two kicks for a total of 30 yards, including a high of 18 against Miami (Ohio) ... recorded six receptions for 94 yards against ASU with a long of 20 ... led the Tigers with four receptions and 68 yards against Western Illinois ... hauled in his first touchdown of the year, scoring on a 30-yard completion in the second quarter ... against Oklahoma, hauled in seven passes for a season-best 119 yards, the fourth 100-yard receiving game of his career and first for a Tiger this season ... ranks seventh in the conference in receptions (5.75) and receiving yardage (72.75) per game ... caught three passes for 26 yards with a long of 12 against Kansas State ... Moe finished second on the team with five receptions against Iowa State while racking up 58 yards and adding a score ... his touchdown came on a seven yard pass from Franklin in the third quarter ... led Mizzou against Oklahoma State with six catches for 103 yards ... caught a 34-yard touchdown pass for his third score of the year while also marking his longest reception of the season ... also completed a 31-yard pass to QB James Franklin for Missouri's first completion by a non-QB on the year ... caught four passes for 38 yards at Texas A&M ... caught three balls for 31 yards against Baylor, which included a 17-yard score with 3:55 left in the game ... led the Tigers with five receptions for 74 yards, including a 40 yard reception, in Missouri's win over Texas ... had four catches for 24 yards against Kansas...
2010 Season
Emerged as Mr. Dependable for the Tiger offense, as he caught 92 passes for 1,045 yards and 6 TDs, after catching just 2 passes for 8 yards as a freshman ... His 92 catches rank as 3rd-most in MU single-season history, while his yardage ranks 6th alltime on the MU season charts ... Ranked 19th in the NCAA with his 6.4 receptions per game, and he had only two games where he had less than five catches on the season ... Closed the year with an heroic performance in the Insight Bowl against Iowa, when he caught 15 passes (just one shy of the MU game record) for 152 yards ... Made an unreal catch on 4th-and-10 to seemingly keep alive MU's last-chance drive to win the game late in the 4th quarter, only to have replay officials overrule the decision on the field that it was a beautiful diving catch ... Had three double-digit reception games in all, including a 13-catch, 101-yard, 1-TD effort in his first career start in his hometown of St. Louis against Illinois to begin the year ... Followed with a 10-catch, 79-yard night the next week against McNeese State, playing barely more than one half ... Scored his first career TD on a seven-yard pass from Blaine Gabbert in the third quarter vs. the Illini ... Had 7 receptions for 119 yards against San Diego State ... Scored the game-winning TD against SDSU on a 68-yard catch and run with under a minute to play and the Tigers down by four ... Had a team-best seven receptions against Miami (Ohio) for 95 yards ... Had six catches for a team-high 110 yards in the win over Texas A&M ... Scored his third TD of the year on a 20-yard reception in the third quarter ... Had three catches for 36 yards against Oklahoma ... Caught five passes for 71 yards against Nebraska ... Scored on a 23-yard reception against the Huskers ... Had a team-high seven receptions for 62 yards against Texas Tech ... Scored two touchdowns in the win over Kansas State on receptions of 25 and four yards ... It was the first multi-TD game of his career ... Had five grabs for 36 yards against KSU ... Also had two carries for 32 yards vs. the Wildcats ... Caught two passes for 16 yards against Iowa State ... Carried the ball three times for a total of 19 yards against ISU .... Made five receptions for 83 yards against Kansas ... Also had a two-yard touchdown run in the first quarter against the Jahyawks ... It was his first rushing TD of his career.
2009 Season
Came to Mizzou with the potential to fit well on either side of the ball, but chose to play receiver, where he appeared in 10 games as a true freshman ... Caught two passes for eight yards on the year, with both grabs coming in game No. 2 against Furman ... Also saw some action on various special teams units ... Spent the year less than 100 percent physically, as he worked to rehab a broken foot, an injury he sustained unknowingly during his senior season, but which he continued to play on until it was diagnosed by MU's medical team ... Had off-season surgery to repair the injury, and while he was cleared to play for the 2009 season, he wasn't quite 100 percent.
High School
Outstanding athlete who was a standout quarterback at Fort Zumwalt West High School, putting up eye-popping numbers as a true run-pass threat ... Ranked by Rivals.com as the No. 32 athlete in the nation, and is listed as the No. 5 overall prospect (any position) in the state of Missouri as well ... Named the Missouri ESPN Rise Gatorade Football Player of the Year as a senior in 2008, when he amassed 2,557 passing yards (31 touchdowns) and added a whopping 2,029 rushing yards (30 touchdowns) ... ESPN.com said he was an athlete who ran very well and who has very good acceleration and versatility ... Had one interception and two fumble recoveries playing defense in 2008 ... As a junior, was named First-Team All-State again as both a quarterback and all-purpose back, as he had 2,326 passing yards with 17 touchdowns, and added 1,497 rushing yards and 25 touchdowns ... Was a First-Team All-District wide receiver as a sophomore, catching 50 passes for 380 yards and two touchdowns, while also throwing for 501 yards and five touchdowns and rushing for 348 yards and three more scores... High school coach - Paul Day
Parents - David & Becky Moe ... A 4.0 student who is very involved in his church, and has participated in mission trips to Mexico and also to Kentucky ... Majoring in business administration at Mizzou ... Chose Mizzou over Wisconsin, Kansas, Wake Forest, Louisville, Iowa and Indiana, among others.