Career: Four-year starting fullback who started 44 consecutive games from 1999-2002 ... One of the most productive fullbacks in school history ... Rushed for 961 yards on 158 carries (6.1 average) ... Scored 16 career touchdowns, 11 on the ground and five receiving ... Chalked up 50 receptions for 513 yards in his career ... Had 16 plays of over 18 yards in his career, including TD runs of 94 and 68 yards.
The 2002 Season: Stanford's starting fullback for the fourth consecutive season ... Second on the team with 348 yards rushing on 54 carries ... Led the team with a 6.4 yards per carry average ... Also had 16 receptions for 143 yards and two touchdowns ... First-Team Academic All-Pac-10 and honorable mention All-Pac-10 ... Gained 116 yards on 11 carries and scored one touchdown in game three vs. Arizona State ... Began the year by rushing for 255 yards on 39 carries (6.6 ypc) through four games ... Rushed for 58 yards on 10 carries in the season opener vs. Boston College ... Sixty-five yards on nine carries in game two vs. San Jose State ... Big plays included a 68-yard TD run vs. Arizona State, a 43-yard rush at Oregon, a 31-yard TD reception vs. Oregon State and a 22-yard reception vs. Notre Dame ... Voted by his teammates as one of three team captains for the season.
The 2001 Season: Started every game (12 total) for the second straight season ... Rushed for 199 yards and scored three touchdowns on 31 carries ... Had an impressive 6.4 yards per carry average ... Also caught 15 passes for 146 yards ... In the final two games of the regular season vs. Notre Dame and San Jose State, he gained 110 yards and scored two touchdowns on eight carries ... Rushed for 42 yards and one touchdown on three carries vs. the Irish ... He scored on a nine-yard TD run in the fourth quarter ... A week later at San Jose, he scored on a 13-yard run ... Had a season-high 68 yards on five carries against the Spartans and established a season-high with a 36-yard run.
The 2000 Season: Put together an outstanding season while starting all 11 games at fullback ... He carried the ball 50 times for 224 yards (4.5 ypc) and three touchdowns ... Also caught eight balls for 115 yards and two TDs ... Scored five touchdowns for the year, two coming in the season opener and the other three coming in the final two games of the year ... Against Washington State in the season opener, he carried the ball eight times for 42 yards, including a six-yard TD run, while also catching one pass for six yards and another touchdown ... Both the carries and yards rushing turned out to be season highs ... In the first two games of the year (WSU, San Jose State), he had 15 carries for 74 yards and two touchdowns, one by rush and one by pass ... Against Arizona State in game ten, he had five carries for 32 yards and one touchdown ... He recorded a season-best with an 18-yard touchdown run against the Sun Devils ... He also registered a season high with a 28-yard reception vs. the Sun Devils ... For the second year in a row, he enjoyed an outstanding Big Game vs. Cal ... He had four carries for 16 yards and one touchdown while catching one pass for 25 yards and a TD ... That TD was the Cardinal's first play in overtime and it gave Stanford a 36-30 victory over the Bears ... He was named winner of the Frank Rehm Memorial Award as the outstanding back in The Big Game for the second consecutive year ... Named First-Team Pac-10 All-Academic.
The 1999 Season: Came on in 1999 and proved to be one of the top young fullbacks in the Pac-10 ... Moved into the starting lineup in game three at Arizona and established himself as Stanford's fullback of the future ... Started the final 10 games of the year, including the Rose Bowl vs. Wisconsin ... Had 23 carries for 190 yards (8.3 ypc) and four touchdowns along with 11 receptions for 109 yards and one TD ... He provided Stanford with the big play it needed to seal the victory against Cal when he took an inside handoff and raced 94 yards for a touchdown, extending Stanford's lead to 28-13 in the fourth quarter ... The run was the second longest in Stanford history and the longest in the 100-plus year history of The Big Game ... He gained 116 yards on six carries vs. the Bears, his first 100-yard game of the season and the first by a Cardinal fullback since Tommy Vardell in 1991 ... He was named winner of the Frank Rehm Memorial Award as the outstanding back in The Big Game ... In his first start (at Arizona), Moore again sealed the victory with a big play, this time scoring from 49 yards out ... He had 56 yards rushing on three carries vs. the Wildcats ... He showcased his receiving ability vs. Arizona State when he caught three balls for 49 yards, including a six-yard touchdown and receptions of 22- and 21-yards.
The 1998 Season: Redshirted the season as a true freshman.
In High School: His two-year totals at St. Petersburg Catholic High School included 1,538 rushing yards, 597 receiving yards, 37 TDs and two kickoff returns for touchdowns ... He had 797 yards rushing and 22 TDs as a senior while earning First-Team All-County honors for the second straight season ... Honorable Mention All-State selection following his senior season ... Selected to play in the County All-Star game ... Two-time Academic All-City selection ... Named to the "Best of the Bay" team by the St. Petersburg Times ... Recipient of the Ricky Bell Award for outstanding community service ... Member of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta (National Honor Society for math) ... Played baseball for four years and basketball for three years ... Two-time team MVP in basketball ... Hit .471 as a senior in baseball ... Named to the Pinellas County All-Star baseball team as a senior ... Named the top scholar-athlete at his high school for four consecutive years.
Personal Information: Public Policy major with a minor in History.