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
07/28/14 - Rookie LT Morgan Moses again practiced at left tackle, but the plan remains for him to slide to the right side. "I like the way he's developing. I really do," coach Jay Gruden said. "He's big and long and he's doing a good job. He's starting to understand angles and getting out on the running game and protecting the quarterback. ... He's got a long way to go, but he's getting there."
05/29/14 - The Washington Redskins signed 2014 third-round draft pick Morgan Moses.
The Virginia offensive tackle was drafted 66th overall. With his contract out of the way, all eight members of their 2014 Redskins draft class are under contract.
Moses (6-6, 318) started 42 of the 48 career games in which he played at Virginia, starting 30 games at right tackle and 12 at left.
In 2013, Moses started all 12 games at left tackle, earning All-ACC second-team honors from conference coaches.
05/11/14 - Gruden said while Washington considered taking Virginia offensive tackle Morgan Moses with the 47th pick, trading down to add a third-rounder was "a no-brainer," especially when Moses was still on the board. The 6-foot-6, 314-pound Moses played better at left tackle in 2013 than he did earlier in his career at right tackle. However, with Williams entrenched on the left side, Moses is expected to challenge underwhelming incumbent Tyler Polumbus on the right side. While Moses has the requisite size and strength, draft experts have questioned his work ethic -- although Gruden called him a "high-motor" guy -- which likely prompted his fall to the third round for a player who was one of the 30 to be invited by the NFL to Radio City Music Hall for the draft."It was a crazy wait, but I'm just happy to have the opportunity to have my name called, walk across that stage and put the hat on," said Moses, a Richmond native whose youth football team was the Redskins. "It's a blessing (to be a Redskin). I want to get in there and start working right now. I feel like I have all the ability to play at the next level." - The Sports Xchange
05/11/14 - A closer look at the Redskins' picks: Round 3/66 -- Morgan Moses, T, 6-6, 314, Virginia...If offensive line Chris Foerster can get Moses to push himself, the four-year regular (two years at left tackle, two years at right tackle) for the Cavaliers can threaten Tyler Polumbus, who started the past two seasons on the right side. Washington's recent draft picks on the O-line: Maurice Hurt (seventh round, 2011), Josh LeRibeus (third, 2012), Adam Gettis (fifth, 2012) and Tom Compton (sixth, 2012) haven't produced much. - The Sports Xchange
05/08/14 - 2014 DRAFT SCOUT FINAL TOP 100: 36/5. Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia, 6-6, 314, 5.28, 1-2...Pass rushers need to reset their GPS to account for the long trip around those 35 3/8-inch arms of Moses. He is a naturally large man -- sometimes too much so. He enrolled at 350 pounds, began last year at 323, then impressively shed weight for combine. Moses looked adept playing either side, starting 43 games, including his final 12 at left tackle. Plays with awareness and earned a tough-guy reputation. Frankly: Based on hard work since season's end, Moses appears ready to take strength and conditioning seriously, which may be his most important challenge because he appears to have all the natural tools to get the job done at the next level. - Frank Cooney, NFLDraftScout.com