What don't you know about Dre Moore? Check this out:
1. He may owe his career to a guy named Knotts. Dre Moore didn't play football at Independence High School until he was spotted by the school's head coach, Tommy Knotts, during Moore's junior year. It took several meetings for Knotts to convince Moore to come out and play.
2. He's plenty strong. He had the third-highest strength index at Maryland (a measure of pound-for-pound strength). He holds the school record with a 365-pound clean.
3. He has productive teammates. Moore played just one year of varsity football and his teammate on that team was former University of Florida quarterback Chris Leak.
5. Do you know his real name? Dre is short for Marchondray.
6. He's already a college graduate. He graduated in December with a degree in family studies.
Want to know more about Moore? Take advantage of Scout.com's extensive body of work covering Moore at Maryland and during the scouting period. Here are links that will help you get to know Moore better before he hits the field this weekend for rookie camp:
Instant Analysis of Moore by Scout.com's Tom Marino, a 35-year veteran of NFL scouting. Click here.
Zuttah's scouting combine Q&A session with the media. Click here.
Zuttah's complete transcript from his first post-draft press conference with the Tampa area media. Click here.
OTHER SCOUTING TOOLS
Moore reminisces with Scout.com's Seth Hoffman about his favorite Terrapin memories. Click here.
Moore talks about the strides he made in his game before his senior year. Click here.
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Matthew Postins covers the Buccaneers for BucsBlitz.com and the Charlotte Sun-Herald in Port Charlotte, Fla. An award-winning member of the Pro Football Writers Association, he appears frequently on Scot Brantley Show from 3-6 p.m. weekdays on WHBO 1470-AM in Tampa-Clearwater.