J’Mon Moore6

Missouri City, Texas
High School
Height / Weight
6-3 / 190
Wide Receiver


Tall, speedy wideout with immense natural ability and massive upside who will be looked at as one of the Tigers’ top deep-ball threats in 2015 … Was listed at No. 1 on the depth chart at the X wideout and his natural athleticism should make him a big-play threat every time he touches the ball … Spring notables: Caught a 3-yard TD pass in the spring game … Tied for the team-lead with three receptions in the contest … Registered a team-high four receptions for 72 yards (18.0 avg.), including a 50-yard TD reception in the third spring scrimmage.

2014 SEASON 
Played in 12 games for the Tigers, catching a pair of passes for 33 yards … Averaged 16.5 yards per catch  with a long of 17 yards … Both catches came against Georgia (Oct. 11) when he tallied a career-high 33 yards in that game.

2013 SEASON 
Took a redshirt in his first year in the program and made a favorable impression during the year with his athleticism, speed and hands … Had his year cut short prematurely due to a shoulder injury which required surgery late in the year.

One of Texas’ top wide receiver prospects, selected 77th in Rivals.com’s Texas “Top 100” … picked No. 82 overall in Rivals’ Lone Star Recruiting “Top 100” … was a deep threat for Elkins High School and head coach Dennis Brantley as a senior in 2012, catching 50 passes for 1,026 yards and 10 touchdowns … ranked as the No. 73 wide receiver recruit in the class of 2013 by Rivals.com … snagged 30 catches for 722 yards and seven scores as a junior in 2011 … also participated in basketball and track and field for Elkins.

Parents – Milton Moore and Betty Jones-Moore … chose Mizzou over Arizona, Texas, Miami, Michigan State, Nebraska, USC and Oklahoma State, among others … plans to pursue physical therapy or sports medicine at Missouri … mentioned the strong impression Mizzou’s athletic department made on his recruiting visit.