SMU senior cornerback Sterling Moore is still recovering from his knee surgery in December and is unsure if he will be able to work out for scouts in the necessary time before the NFL draft and undrafted rookie mini invites.
"It's pretty good, still a little swollen, but I have my full range of motion back," said Moore. "I'm not sure yet if I will be able to work out. It all depends on how soon I will be able to run."
Moore has been hampered by knee injuries since in coming to SMU in 2009 as a junior, but when healthy was considered the best cornerback the Mustangs have.
This season in eight games, Moore registered 24 tackles, two sacks, and three interceptions. He also registered ten pass deflections.
NFLDraftScout.com rates Moore as the No. 93 cornerback out of 211 eligible in the 2011 draft class, but largely due to his limited playing time. At this same time last year, former SMU Mustang corner and current Cowboys rookie Bryan McCann was rated even lower.
Moore has no plans to push his knee and will not work out for scouts before he is fully healthy.