Biography: Three-year starter awarded all-Conference honors since his sophomore season. Totals last year included 64/22/3.5 after 61/20/6.5 the previous year.
Positives: "Athletic college defensive end expected to change positions at the next level. Bends his knees, gets leverage on opponents, and plays with terrific balance and well as body control. Works his hands throughout the action, fluid moving in every direction of the field, and shows a burst of speed. Compact but forceful and displays good strength in his lower body with the ability to get push up the field. Immediately changes direction, has a burst of speed, and effective moving in reverse. Gets adequate depth on pass drops, remains disciplined with assignments, and flashes ability in space."
Negatives: Often takes wide angles around blocks to avoid them completely. Handled at the point of attack by a single opponent. Lacks classic size.
Analysis: "Moch was very productive making plays behind the line scrimmage in college and enters the NFL with top athleticism. He has the speed to play linebacker in a variety of systems, though he must learn to do the little things before he'll enter a starting lineup. Moch could start his professional career as a situational pass rusher."
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