Jalen Moreno-Cropper recorded 164 receptions for 1,952 yards while adding 16 touchdowns over the last two seasons at Fresno State. That’s some solid production and he played in 42 total games over his four-year collegiate career.
Moreno-Cropper is a smaller receiver at 5’11” and weighs 172 pounds but he brings a 4.40 to the field. The Bills seem to be trying to add some speed to their receiver corps with the additions of both Harty and Sherfield.
Moreno-Cropper is projected as a solid backup or special teamer and according to ESPN’s Next Gen Stats, his production score comes in at a 70 and his athleticism score a 73, both of which fall into the “good” range, borderline average.
He’s about the same weight as Deonte Hardy and if Harty doesn’t work out, the Bills could potentially move on from him after the 2023 season and insert Moreno-Cooper into that same role, if he’s ready and able.
With that kind of speed though, the team could certainly kick the tires by drafting him in the fifth or sixth round, have him as a camp body at the very least and see if he can earn a spot on the roster.