What may concern you: The first thing that jumps out is the lack of ideal height. At 6-foot-1, he's a solid nose guard at the prep level but his height could limit his upside at the next level. He has a tendency to come off the ball too high at times and when that happens, he can be pushed around a bit, especially on the double teams. He also needs to develop some pass rushing moves, as he always relies on bull rushing the opponent.
Bottom Line: Good defensive tackle prospects are hard to find at the prep level and Miami really needs a few in the 2012 class. Recruited like a low four-star prospect, Moore is a good start for them. He actually grew up a Florida State fan but it appears he never had the opportunity to jump in their class. Florida, South Carolina, and Rutgers are a few other BCS programs who had offered him. He brings a lot of things to the table as a prospect and they're very hard to find at that position so it should be considered a very quality addition to Miami's 2012 class.