Player to Watch at Combine for Buffalo Bills: Skyy Moore, Western Michigan
Measurables: 5-10, 195lbs.
Skyy Moore is a slot receiver who, in my opinion, is the best slant route runner in this draft class. He does an excellent job of beating defenses both in zone and man. As a slot receiver, Moore has the ideal build. He is really fast but does not sacrifice much size to get that speed.
Some teams may worry that he played at the FBS level, but he showed all the great traits you want to see from a receiver. Moore gets open, has excellent hands, has a magnificent short route tree, and the speed and athleticism to beat guys deep.
Moore could be a huge performer at the combine with his athleticism. Look how easily Moore can shake these defenders with his high-level quickness and speed.
Moore doesn’t hold much name value because of his small-school background, but when on the field with other top prospects, he has the chance to stand out and really move up draft boards.
What will be interesting in the combine is how Moore measures. He was listed at 5-10, but we all know that college roster height and weight numbers can be slightly exaggerated. Some teams may hesitate if Moore is closer to 5’8″ than 5’10”. However, Moore’s athleticism alone will impress many at the combine.
BONUS: Wan’Dale Robinson, Kentucky
Robinson is rumored to have run a 4.22 in high school when he was recruited at a local combine for recruits in the midwest. If Robinson can touch those numbers, expect to hear his name everywhere.