George Moore has played both tackle and guard for the Ducks. He is a sufficient-level athlete with regards to agility and overall quickness. In the run game, he’s more of a positional blocker and lacks the in-line power you’d like to see from a guy of his size. He struggles to engage at the second level, as well. In the passing game, he has good length and also shows sufficient lateral quickness. He doesn’t have a powerful punch and doesn’t anchor as well as he should. He is more of a catcher than a puncher in his set. However, there is some redeeming value in his size, length, and ability to move laterally.
Ideal Role: Backup with swing potential
Scheme Fit: Zone-blocking scheme
Written by Drae Harris
Games watched: USC (2020) UCLA (2021), California (2021), Fresno State (2021)
Best Game Studied: Fresno State (2021)
Worst Game Studied: USC (2020)
Balance: He has average balance. He doesn’t bend well and can get a little top-heavy. He has had moments throughout games where he is on the ground.
Pass Set: His pass set is sufficient. At tackle, he is a fluid mover but lacks athleticism or explosion. He demonstrates the ability to redirect on counters better in a phone booth at guard.
Competitive Toughness: He has below-the-line competitive toughness. He appears to tire late in games. Overall, he lacks the consistent “nasty” you’d like to see from your interior linemen.
Lateral Mobility: He’s a sufficient lateral mover, specifically when reacting to games inside. He is a more efficient mover inside than he is at tackle.
Length: He has good length overall. His arms appear to be an adequate length, but he doesn’t always use that length.
Football IQ: He has a high-level football IQ. This helps him play multiple positions up front. He also can anticipate games inside.
Hand Technique: His hand placement was really inconsistent. There were a few moments where he’d get them outside of the frame. He also lacks elite punch for a young man with his size.
Anchor: He doesn’t play with the required bend to maximize his strength. As a result, his anchor is just adequate. He could definitely afford to get more powerful at the point of attack.
Power at POA: He has sufficient-level power at the point of attack. He doesn’t have a strong punch or latch strength. He is also not a vertical mover in the run game. He shows an adequate level anchor.
Versatility: He has aligned at both tackle and guard during his tenure as a Duck. He is likely best suited at right tackle or inside at guard.
TDN Consensus: 68.25/100 (Sixth Round Value)
Crabbs Grade: 66.50/100
Harris Grade: 70.00/100