New England Patriots: 3 NFL draft prospects team should target

PITTSBURGH, PA - SEPTEMBER 16: Mason Rudolph /
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J’Mon Moore WR, Missouri

I know, the New England Patriots really don’t need another wideout. However, sometimes you just can’t pass up on obvious talent.

Standing at 6″3, J’Mon Moore is a fine balance of hight and speed that teams gush over. After the catch, he is as lethal as they come and is a continuous matchup mismatch for corners.

A trait that wide receivers don’t always get enough credit for, is making adjustments in order to make a catch. and Moore is incredible at finding the ball and contorting his body to make the grab.

Great hands along with his stellar footwork just make Moore a really great prospect. He just has not touched the ball enough for scouts to think he is a top wide receiver in the draft class. He is raw, but when he has had the ball in his hands, not many collegiate receivers have been better. This selection isn’t so much about the need of another wide receiver, but the fact that Moore can develop into such a great talent.

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The Patriots have two second round picks this year, and I see no reason why they shouldn’t use one of those on J’Mon Moore.