Matt Waldman’s RSP Boiler Room examines Mississippi wide receiver and NFL Draft prospect Eli Moore, a player comfortable with tracking the football in difficult scenarios and skilled with finding openings in zone coverage.
Elijah Moore checks a lot of boxes.
He has the quick and precise footwork of a sudden receiver who can weave through traffic and destroy what looks like a well-defended jet sweep or the seemingly strong angles of pursuit in the middle of the field after the catch.
He’s a tough player for his size. Target him as the meat of a linebacker/safety sandwich and the pickle isn’t squirting loose.
In this episode of the RSP Boiler Room, we look at the skills with Moore’s hands, eyes, and the space between his ears when it comes to understanding zone coverage.
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