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SIO MOORE RUMORS & GOSSIP

Meet the Raiders 3rd Round Pick Sio Moore

The Raiders select Sio Moore in the 3rd round Overview In the 20 editions of the NFL draft before UConn moved to the Big East in 2004, the Huskies saw four of their players selected. In the last eight drafts since, 16 players from Connecticut have heard their names called. Former Huskies head coach Randy Edsell is no longer with the program after leading it though the transition...
Via Ditka in a Box
April 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Steelers 2013 Draft – Connecticut LB Sio Moore Scouting Report Profile

The Pittsburgh Steelers reportedly had Connecticut linebacker Sio Moore in for a pre draft visit on Thursday, and once again, our scouting buddy Dave-Te' Thomas was kind enough to give us his detailed scouting report profile on him, which you can read below. Make sure to listen to the last week's episode of the podcast as we had Thomas on for nearly a full hour talking about...
Via Steelers Depot
April 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Steelers Bring In Connecticut LB Sio Moore For A Pre Draft Visit

Tony Pauline reports Thursday via Twitter that Connecticut linebacker Sio Moore is having a pre draft visit with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Moore measured in at the combine at 6006, 245 pounds and had a great showing. He posted a 4.65 in the 40-yard dash, 1.61 10-yard dash, 2.59 20-yard dash, 4.31 20-yard shuttle, 7.49 three-cone drill, 38-inch vertical jump, 10’7” broad jump...
Via Steelers Depot
April 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Prospects You Need To Know: Sio Moore

Whether he plays inside or outside linebacker, Connecticut's Sio Moore is a play-making menace. The story of his on-the-field play, however, isn't nearly as interesting as his off-the-field story.
Via gnb.scout.com
April 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Steelers 2013 Draft Prospect Profiles: OLB Sio Moore – Connecticut

Connecticut linebacker Sio Moore saw his draft stock increase initially thanks to solid weeks at the Senior Bowl and the East-West Shrine Game. Moore continued to turn heads at the NFL combine last week with a 4.65 40 yard dash, 29 bench reps, 38" vertical and a 10'07" broad jump. He was pretty much the combine warrior, at least in the linebacker group. Many consider...
Via Steelers Depot
March 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Exclusive Interview: Connecticut LB Sio Moore

There is simply not alot that needs to be said about Connecticut linebacker Sio Moore in terms of telling you why you should be reading this. Since the end of his senior season, Moore finally began receiving the credit he had always deserved. First came an invite to the East/West Shrine All Star Game, followed up by a late Senior Bowl invite where he opened up eyes to the extent...
Via NFL Draft Zone
February 25, 2013  |  Discuss

NFL Draft 2013: UConn’s Sio Moore is Rising

Sio Moore is flying up draft boards. Danny Wild-US PRESSWIRE The outside linebacker prospect from the University of Connecticut has garnered a lot of attention recently with review of his production within the Huskies’ hybrid defensive unit as well as his participation in the East-West Shrine Game and the Senior Bowl. Moore caught the attention of NFL Network Draft expert Mike...
Via Gridiron Grit
January 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Huskies Can't Forget

STORRS – Linebacker Sio Moore remembers returning to Connecticut on Jan. 2, 2011, just hours after losing to Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl. He remembers it like it was yesterday. More than anything else, he remembers the sadness and pain, not from the loss, but from the news that greeted the Huskies when their plane landed.
Via connecticut.scout.com
September 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Huskies To Watch: Part 5

STORRS – His full name is Snorsio Alston Moore. Connecticut linebacker Sio Moore says his first name means “God is the greatest.” Shortened to Sio, it simply translates to “Greatness.”
Via connecticut.scout.com
August 30, 2012  |  Discuss

A Case for the Defense

STORRS – Linebacker Sio Moore has seen his share of good defensive players – and units – during his time at Connecticut. Last season, the Huskies were outstanding against the run, yielding 85.7 yards per game to rank third in the nation. But lack of depth at linebacker and injuries in the secondary made UConn susceptible to the pass and the Huskies ranked last in the Big East...
Via connecticut.scout.com
July 30, 2012  |  Discuss
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