2012: Was one of four Team Captains selected by his teammates... Closed out the year with 45 tackles... Finished the year with Made six tackles (five solo) in Ohio's 24-14 win at Penn State on Sept. 1 ... Forced one fumble and broke up one pass against the Nittany Lions... Tallied a pass breakup against New Mexico State (Sept. 8)... Collected seven tackles at Marshall (Sept. 15)... Recovered a fumble and against Norfolk State (Sept. 22)... Totaled six tackles at Massachusetts (Sept. 29)... Missed the Buffalo and Akron games because of injury... Tied a season-high with seven tackles against Eastern Michigan (Nov. 1)... Posted six tackles on Senior Day against Bowling Green (Nov. 7)... Closed out the year on a high note as he registered four tackles, one tackle for loss and one interception in the Bobcats' win over Louisiana-Monroe in the Independence Bowl (Dec. 28).
2011: Named to the 2011 CollegeSportsMadness.com All-MAC Third Team... Made 13 starts and played in all 14 games... Finished second on the team in tackles with 84 stops... Opened the year with six tackles at New Mexico State... Tallied nine tackles (seven solo) and recorded his first sack of the season at Rutgers... Posted a season-high 10 tackles (eight solo) at Central Michigan... Closed out the year with seven tackles in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl against Utah State.
2010: Battled injuries for much of the year, but did see action in two games, including the R&L Carriers New Orleans Bowl.
2009: Earned Freshman All-America honors from Sporting News after totaling 68 tackles, one tackle for loss, a half sack and six interceptions...The six picks tied for the most nationally among freshmen
Prior to Ohio: Claimed First- Team All-City High School: Named to the All-DC Sports fan Team as a defensive back...Two-time All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference honoree at defensive back...Named 2007 honorable mention All-Met by the Washington Post...Posted 50 solo tackles and three interceptions as a senior...Led his squad to a No. 1 ranking in the D.C. Massey rankings in 2006 and 2007...Alternated at quarterback and wide receiver on offense...Lettered in football three years, basketball twice and track once.
Personal: Majoring in Health Services Administration...Is the son of Gerald and Aisha Moore... Born Sept. 1, 1989... Lists Dwayne Wade as his favorite athlete and the Baltimore Ravens as his favorite professional sports team... Enjoys listening to music, surfing the web, playing basketball and photography.