Sinorice Moss WR 5'8 183 Miami
By: Robert Davis
NFL Combine Stats: 40-yard dash - 4.38
Sinorice is no longer just Santana's little brother anymore; he is a bonafide NFL talent himself. After backing up for his first two seasons, he became a part time starter as a junior, catching 20 passes for 351 yards and three touchdowns. He emerged this season as a true playmaker, hauling in 37 balls for 614 yards and six touchdowns.
There may not be a bigger playmaker at wide receiver in this years draft. Sinorice is electric with the ball in his hands. He has outstanding quickness and elusiveness, and the speed to outrun defenders. Even though he does not have a lot of experience on special teams, his talents could make him an excellent return man.
Just like his brother, he lacks great size. Sinorice is even smaller though. At just under 5'8, he simply does not provide the size to be a go to target at the next level. He may be relegated to slot duty. His talent suggests he could be a great returner, but he lacks the experience at that spot due to the return ability of Devin Hester.
Moss did not make much of an impact his first three seasons in Miami, but he had a solid senior campaign. It would have been better had he not played through Kyle Wrights first year as a starter, which had its ups and downs. Moss showed in the Senior Bowl that his speed and quickness is a step above, hauling in MVP honors during the game. In a weak wide receiver class, Moss's lack of size may be overlooked a bit because of a teams' needs at receiver. He carries a solid second round grade.
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