Biography: Part-time starter the past two seasons and All-Conference selection as a junior. Senior totals included 18/189, after 38/364/9 as a junior. Struggled with a leg injury last season.
Positives: Athletic college tight end who can also be used at fullback in the NFL. Displays good movement skills, shows terrific blocking vision, and works hard throughout the action. Plays with a nasty attitude, and works to finish the play. Finds the open space in the defense and catches the ball with his hands.
Negatives: Lacks strength at the point of attack and really struggles to even finish off linebackers. Marginally productive in college.
Analysis: Moya was a solid college player yet possesses poor size/speed numbers for the next level. Best possibility is a West Coast offense as a backup fullback.
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