J’Mon Moore is a player that I overlooked after the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine. And for that, I feel silly.
I’m guilty of poring over Combine testing numbers for hours on end, searching for players who fit the Green Bay Packers’ traditional testing thresholds. Ted Thompson arguably had no cutoffs as rigid as those he applied to wide receivers, which is why I never bothered to give a second thought if a player measured in under 5-foot-11 or ran a 40-yard dash in slower than 4.56 seconds in Indianapolis.
Moore was guilty of the latter, posting a mediocre 4.60 official time. By filtering him out of consideration for that, however, I ignored his stellar — and I do mean truly stellar — agility results. Moore ran the 3-cone drill in a blazing 6.56 seconds, tying Texas Tech’s Dylan Cantrell for the fastest time of any wideout in Indy.


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