Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: Started 10 of 13 games playerd … finished second on the team with 36 receptions for 452 yards (12.6 per) and four touchdowns ... returned eight kickoffs for 169 yards (21.1 avg). 2009: Saw action in all 13 games with starts in three games ... Had 22 receptions for 370 yards with three TDs ... Had four receptions for 77 games against Cincinnati. 2008: Led the Huskies in receptions as a redshirt freshman in 2008 with 27 catches for 273 yards ... His first career TD reception came vs. Rutgers on a 46-yard pass in the fourth quarter from Zach Frazer. 2007: Redshirted ... Named the Offensive Scout Team Player of the Week prior to the Cincinnati game.
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Draft Scout Kashif Moore News
12/13/12 - WR Kashif Moore was released from the practice squad.
08/28/12 - WR Kashif Moore was waived by the Bengals Monday and awarded on waivers to the Colts on Tuesday.
03/29/12 - The University of Connecticut football team held its annual "Pro Timing and Testing Day" on Wednesday at The Burton Family Football Complex. UConn players eligible for the 2012 NFL Draft were timed, measured and tested by scouts representing over 20 NFL teams. Among those UConn players taking part: safety Harris Agbor (Mesquite, Texas), tailback Jonathan Jean-Louis (Cambridge, Mass.), defensive tackles Twyon Martin (Parkland, Fla.), wide receiver Kashif Moore (Burlington, N.J.), center Moe Petrus (St. Laurent, Que.), defensive tackle Kendall Reyes (Nashua, N.H.), offensive tackle Mike Ryan (Tamaqua, Pa.), kicker Dave Teggart (Northborough, Mass.) and cornerback Gary Wilburn (Washington, Ga.). - UConn football
02/23/12 - As about 327 former college football stars participate in the National Football League's job fair known as the Scouting Combine, they will be part of a grand experiment in the most popular and most publicized event -- the 40-yard run. In a first, the Combine will use Fully Automated Timing, meaning electronic devices will be used for both the start and the finish of each 40-yard run. However, these FAT 40-yard times will not be revealed to players or NFL teams, The Sports Xchange has learned. Most player workouts will be between Saturday and Monday, with some special teams players only working out on Friday. NFL teams were briefed on the new timing method Wednesday. Because NFL teams keep 40 times to a hundredth of a second, there has long been a push to further legitimize those times by using the same methods as track and field and the Olympics. However, according to coaches and scouts who discussed this with The Sports Xchange, the FAT times are expected to be .20 to .24 seconds slower than the relative times recorded using methods the Combine has gone with since 1990, and before. "We were told it is just an experiment and we won't be told the results," said one team official. "People are worried about the reaction players may have if the 40 times change that much." Combine, team and league officials are concerned that an abrupt change to recognizing the more accurate FAT times would create a culture shock of sorts for players. So suddenly adding .21-to-.24 seconds on the Combine times for prospects could result in some sort of psychological shock. As it is, some of the top rated athletes do not run at the Combine. If FAT 40-yard times became official, it is feared that even more players would refused to run at the Combine. - Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange/ NFL Draft Scout