Bills draft prospect scouting reports: WR Skyy Moore

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As things stand at the 2022 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills hold the No. 25 overall pick in the first round. The team has eight picks, in total, scattered around the draft board.

If things hold there, the Bills could have plenty of options to consider when turning in their selection cards.

During the run to up to the draft, which starts April 28, Bills Wire will compile information on prospects Buffalo could have interest in. Specifically, what scouting reports say about their game.

Next up in our prospect previews is wide receiver Skyy Moore.

Here’s a rundown of the what the experts are saying about his game:

WR Skyy Moore | Junior | Western Michigan

Vitals

Height | 5-10

Weight | 195 lbs

Pros

  • Movement, tackle breaking

  • Quick release, separation on routes

  • Consistently productive in college

Cons

  • Could be limited to slot duties

  • Catch radius

  • Level of college competition

2021 PFF grade:

  • 91.6

Three-year PFF grade:

  • 81.2

2021 Stats (12 games):

  • 95 catches | 1,2492 yards | 10 TDs

Career stats (30 games):

  • 171 catches | 2,482 yards | 16 TDs

Consensus rank: Day 2 pick

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