WRJ'Mon Moore

Missouri — SEC
  • Height: 6025
  • Weight: 209
  • Hometown: Missouri City, TX
  • Age: 22


2017 (Redshirt Senior): Hauled in four receptions for 187 yards against Missouri State (9/2) … The performance marked his fourth-consecutive game with 130+ yards receiving and seventh overall game of 100+ yards receiving … He became the first Mizzou player to record four straight games with 130+ receiving yards since Danario Alexander in 2009 …. Snagged three passes for 61 yards against Purdue (9/17).

2016 (Redshirt Junior): Became just the eighth Mizzou player with more than 1,000 receiving yards after posting a career-high 1,012 on 62 catches (16.3 average) … His 1,012 yards on the year rank as the seventh-most in school history as he was Mizzou’s first 1,000-yard receiver since Bud Sasser in 2014 … His 1,012 yards led the SEC (32nd nationally) while his 84.3 yards per game ranked second in the league and tops among players who played in every game … Opened his season with three 100-yard performances in his first four games and closed the year with three consecutive games over 100 yards … Caught eight passes for 104 yards in Mizzou’s season opener against West Virginia (9/3) … hauled in eight passes for a career-high 196 yards in Mizzou’s SEC opener against Georgia (9/17) … Pulled in a career-long grab of 79 yards in the Georgia game, scoring the first of two touchdowns … Also tallied a go-ahead TD score from six yards out against Georgia, marking his first career game with multiple touchdowns … His 196 yards against Georgia were the ninth-best mark in program history ... Hauled in eight catches for 114 yards while matching a school record with four touchdowns in Mizzou’s 79-0 win over Delaware State (9/24) … Had one catch for 16 yards at LSU (10/1) and added another for 15 yards at Florida (10/15) ... Caught two passes for 74 yards, including a long of 40, against Middle Tennessee (10/22) ... Had three grabs for 12 yards against Kentucky (10/29) … Posted six catches for 54 yards at South Carolina (11/5) ... Hauled in eight passes for 138 yards and a pair of scores, including a season-long of 82 yards against Vanderbilt (11/12) … Had a career-high nine grabs for 134 yards at Tennessee (11/19) and closed his season with a six-catch performance and 135 yards against Arkansas (11/25).

2015 (Redshirt Sophomore): Emerged as a big-play threat in his first season as a starter, leading the team in catches (29) and yards (350) while hauling in three touchdown grabs … Had three catches for a career-high 74 yards with a 27-yard TD vs. SEMO in the season opener (Sept. 5) … Hauled in a career-best six catches for 39 yards in week three vs. UConn (Sept. 19) … Caught two passes for 24 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown at Kentucky (Sept. 26) … Hauled in a season-high 32-yard pass vs. Florida (Oct. 10) … Caught four balls for 30 yards at Vanderbilt (Oct. 24) … Caught three passes for 49 yards, his second-best total of the season, with a go-ahead TD grab vs. BYU (Nov. 14) on an acrobatic catch on a third-and-goal fade route.

2014 (Redshirt Freshman): Played in 12 games for the Tigers, catching a pair of passes for 33 yards ... Averaged 16.5 yards per catch  with a long of 17 yards ... Both catches came against Georgia (Oct. 11) when he tallied a career-high 33 yards in that game. 

2013 (Freshman): Took a redshirt in his first year in the program and made a favorable impression during the year with his athleticism, speed and hands ... Had his year cut short prematurely due to a shoulder injury which required surgery late in the year.

High School: One of Texas’ top wide receiver prospects, selected 77th in Rivals.com’s Texas “Top 100” ... picked No. 82 overall in Rivals’ Lone Star Recruiting “Top 100” ... was a deep threat for Elkins High School and head coach Dennis Brantley as a senior in 2012, catching 50 passes for 1,026 yards and 10 touchdowns ... ranked as the No. 73 wide receiver recruit in the class of 2013 by Rivals.com ... snagged 30 catches for 722 yards and seven scores as a junior in 2011 ... also participated in basketball and track and field for Elkins.

Personal: Parents - Milton Moore and Betty Jones-Moore ... chose Mizzou over Arizona, Texas, Miami, Michigan State, Nebraska, USC and Oklahoma State, among others ... plans to pursue physical therapy or sports medicine at Missouri ... mentioned the strong impression Mizzou’s athletic department made on his recruiting visit.