2012: Slated to compete with Conor Irwin for starting center job ... named to the Spring Watch List for the Rimington Trophy, an honor presented annually to the nation’s top center ... Duke’s most experienced offensive lineman ... could see action at any of the three interior line positions ... sat out the contact portion of spring drills while recovering from a broken right arm suffered in August, 2011 and re-injured in week nine of the 2011 season versus Miami ... started 24 consecutive games at right guard in 2009-10 before transitioning to center in the spring of 2011 ... in 27 career games (27 starts), has played 1,966 total snaps ... ranks tied for fourth among active ACC offensive linemen in career games started ... in May, 2012, joined nine teammates on a mission trip to Langano, Ethiopia for water well-digging project ... two-time Academic All-ACC selection ... one of five current Duke offensive linemen to have earned Academic All-ACC honors ... one of three Duke players enrolled in graduate school, joining Lee Butler and Sean Renfree.
2011: Played in and started three games ... suffered broken arm on August 12 and missed the first six games of the season ... after starting against Wake Forest, Virginia Tech and Miami, re-injured the arm against the Hurricanes and sat out the final three weeks of the year ... helped Duke rank among the ACC leaders in both passing offense (2nd) and sacks allowed per passing attempt (3rd) ... part of a Duke line that opened holes for 19 rushing TDs, a total that matched the program’s highest output since 1995 ... played a total of 235 snaps including a season-high 97 versus Wake Forest.
2010: Academic All-ACC choice ... started all 12 games at right guard ... played 878 total snaps, the third-highest total on the squad ... played a season-high 90 snaps against Miami ... also reached the 70-snap plateau versus Elon (84), Wake Forest (72), Alabama (81), Maryland (81), Virginia (80) and Boston College (78) ... part of an offensive line that ranked third in the league in sacks allowed per passing attempt as the Blue Devils had five players with 30 or more receptions for just the second time in school history ... helped Duke’s passing attack rank second in the ACC as quarterback Sean Renfree became just the fourth player in school history to throw for 3,000 or more yards ... also aided in Duke’s enhanced rushing attack that showed marked improvement in yards per game (+46.5), yards per attempt (+1.2), runs of 20 or more yards (+8) and total rushing TDs (+13).
2009: Freshman All-ACC selection by Sporting News ... Academic All-ACC selection ... started all 12 games at right guard ... ranked first on the team in total offensive snaps (853) ... played 55 or more snaps in all 12 games including a season-high 86 at Kansas ... starting member of an offensive front that ranked third in the ACC in sacks allowed per pass attempt ... helped Duke lead the ACC and rank ninth nationally in passing offense.
2008: Did not see game action.
Prior to Duke: Four-year letterman at Ransom Everglades under Dave Hewett ... listed as the No. 43 offensive guard and No. 96 overall prospect in the state of Florida by Rivals.com ... ranked as the No. 41 offensive guard in the country by Scout.com ... charted as the No. 45 offensive guard in the nation by ESPN.com ... missed senior season while recovering from injury ... second team all-state and first team all-county pick as a junior ... earned Ransom Everglades’ Most Outstanding Player award following junior season ... tallied 97 pancake blocks on offense and 11 sacks, three forced fumbles and three blocked kicks on defense during junior year ... named second team all-county as a sophomore ... recorded 37 pancake blocks on offense to go along with three sacks and one forced fumble on defense as a sophomore ... also competed in basketball and track and field ... set school records in both shot put and discus.
Personal: Son of Kevin and Cathy Moore ... born March 20, 1990 ... graduated from Duke on May 13, 2012 with a degree in economics ... currently pursuing a master’s degree in economics.
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