2006: Started seven games... tied a season-high with two catches for 26 yards in the Poinsettia Bowl win over Northern Illinois, including an 18-yard grab on the Frogs' opening play from scrimmage... also had two catches for 34 yards at Utah... it was part of a stretch in which he had at least one reception in three straight contests... recorded a season-long 22-yard grab versus BYU... also had receptions against Army, San Diego State and Colorado State.
2005: Made six starts while seeing action in all 12 contests... scored TCU's first touchdown of the year with a 16-yard reception in the season-opening 17-10 win at Oklahoma (Sept. 3)... it was also his first collegiate catch... totaled two receptions for 30 yards against the Sooners... came back the next week with four catches for 42 yards at SMU (Sept. 10)... placed fourth on the Frogs with 19 grabs on the season... had at least one catch in seven of the last eight contests... put together seven games with multiple catches, including two for 34 yards in the EV1.net Houston Bowl win over Iowa State (Dec. 31)... totaled three receptions in the 51-3 win over UNLV (Nov. 12)... had a season-long 24-yard grab the previous week as TCU won the Mountain West Conference championship with a 33-6 victory over Colorado State (Nov. 5)... had two receptions against New Mexico (Oct. 1), Wyoming (Oct. 8) and Air Force (Oct. 22)... caught a 20-yard pass at San Diego State (Oct. 29).
2004: Reserve wide receiver who saw limited action in two games... played against SMU and at UAB... did not have any receptions.
2003: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Lettered three times in football and twice in basketball at Cedarburg (Wis.) High School, graduating in 2003... played football under coach Brian Leair... was named the conference Defensive Back of the Year... earned first team all-region and all-conference honors and was all-state honorable mention as a defensive back... also earned honorable mention all-conference honors at wide receiver.
Personal: Parents are Marty and Becky Moore... pursuing a business degree... would like to go into coaching following graduation.