40 Time Range: 5.20/Hamstring on 1st 40, No Bench/Pectoral
Data Scout Notes: 2013: 2ndC/3rdM...P1stM/PLombardi/POutland/DS#1TeamProspect-DBrugler...2012: HMC/NAM...PLombardi/POutland...2011: NA...2010: NA
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Draft Scout Morgan Moses News
02/20/14 - 2014 NFL Draft Scout Pre-Combine Top 64 Prospects: 35. Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia, 6-6, 325, 5.28, 1-2...Naturally large -- sometimes too much so -- man with nimble feet and good overall strength. Has looked adept at playing either side. Enrolled at 350-plus pounds and will be one of those players who constantly fights against gaining weight. - Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange
01/25/14 - 2014 Senior Bowl, Helped Themselves: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia - At 6-foot-6, 325 pounds, Moses possesses the frame you'd expect of a dominating run blocker and he showed the ability to clear wide rushing lanes throughout the week. Moses boosted his stock this week, however, by providing reliable pass protection, demonstrating the arm length (34 3/4"), balance and surprising athleticism teams are looking for in a top 64 selection. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
01/21/14 - 2014 Senior Bowl: UVA's Moses parts the red D at South practice...Best of all, Moses' strong play continued into the scrimmages run by the Jacksonville Jaguars' coaching staff. One particular three-play sequence against the defenders in the South team's red jerseys showcased Morgan's pro-readiness: On "first down" Moses handled a speed rush from Ford to give his quarterback enough time to complete a quick swing pass to the right. The next play was a run to the right for solid gain. Moses did not supply a block at the point of attack on the play, instead releasing to run approximately 20 yards downfield to force adjustments from a linebacker and safety.
The quickness off the ball, fluidity and straight-line speed Moses used to part the defense was every bit as impressive as the pancake block he'd delivered on Urban during the earlier one-on-one drill. Appropriately enough, it was Urban who lined up opposite Moses on the next play. Attacking Moses with a strong bull rush that had beaten several other South team blockers throughout the day, Urban instead was stopped in his tracks due to a strong anchor and good core flexibility from the left tackle. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
01/21/14 - 2014 Senior Bowl: UVA's Moses parts the red D at South practice...Given the rapid ascension enjoyed by Eric Fisher and Lane Johnson at the Senior Bowl a year ago, one can't blame scouts for spending a lot of their time evaluating offensive linemen this week. Notre Dame's Zack Martin entered the week as NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated offensive lineman participating in the Senior Bowl but with a terrific performance Tuesday afternoon by Virginia's Morgan Moses could result in a significant jump up the board. Alternately lining up at left and right tackle for the South team, the 6-foot-6, 325 pound behemoth showcased the length, quickness and balance to handle speed rushers like Auburn's Dee Ford (6-foot-2, 243 pounds) and Arkansas' Chris Smith (6-foot-1, 266 pounds), as well as powerful defenders like his former teammate, 6-foot-6, 298-pound defensive end Brent Urban.
Individual pass-rush drills favor the defensive players but other than one exception in which Ford beat Moses with a quick jab-step inside and explosive burst to his right, Moses handled left tackle duties well. When moved back to the right side, Moses also performed admirably, burying Urban with an emphatic pancake block that drew gasps from scouts in the stands. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
12/13/13 - 2013 ALL-ACC SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OT-Morgan Moses, Sr., Virginia (22)...Moses started all 12 games at left tackle and finished his UVa career with 43 starts between both tackles positions and right guard. Moses was a key blocking component to help Parks became UVa's first 1,000-yard rusher in a season since 2004. The senior graded out over 90 percent in every game and averaged eight knockdowns per contest. Moses yielded only two sacks in 506 pass attempts, which included limiting Clemson's Vic Beasley (Bednarik and Lombardi Award semifinalists) to one tackle and zero sacks. - Virginia football