Giants 2nd Rnd Pick: Sinorice Moss Profile

The Giants traded up this time, and then drafted Sinorice Moss at #44. The Giants fill a need at WR. They have Burress, who can go over the middle and make catches. Now they have a speedy game breaker.

Wide Receiver
University of Miami Hurricanes
Miami, Florida
Carol City High School


Much like his brother before him, Washington Redskins standout Santana Moss, Sinorice has proven that big things come in small packages. A key contributor on special teams since his freshman year, Moss did not equal the production his brother provided Miami during his career, but he was still a valuable part of the team's explosive offense. At Carol City High School, Sinorice was a dangerous triple-threat athlete as a standout receiver in a run-oriented offense. He earned second-team All-Dade honors as a senior, adding All-Region accolades from Student Sports magazine and Prep Star. Florida Prep Football ranked Moss seventh among the state of Florida's wide receivers and twenty-seventh overall. He also ranked thirteenth on the Miami-Dade Top 20 list according to the Miami Herald. As a senior, Moss caught 23 passes for 506 yards and eight touchdowns, rushed for 86 yards on two carries and also punted 12 times for a 29-yard average (long of 44). His best game as a senior was a four-catch, 132-yard, two-touchdown outing against Goleman High. As a junior, Sinorice grabbed 18 passes for 432 yards and six touchdowns. Moss was also an accomplished track athlete who ran a 10.99 100-meter dash at the USATF Junior National Championships as a junior. He had a personal best long jump of 22 feet, 11 inches, as a freshman and graduated as an Honor Roll student. As a true freshman at Miami, Moss appeared in twelve games, seeing most of his action on special teams. He recorded four tackles and gained 30 yards on three receptions. He again served in a reserve role as a sophomore, totaling 111 yards on eight catches (13.9 avg) while also gaining 24 yards on a kickoff return. In 2004, Sinorice started twice at split end and two more times at flanker. Moss ranked fourth on the team with 20 receptions for 351 yards (17.5 avg) and three touchdowns. He also posted four solo tackles and gained 19 yards on a punt return. Moss started eight games at flanker during his final season. He led the team with 32 catches for 554 yards (17.3 avg) and five touchdowns through ten contests. He added 44 yards on six carries, 88 yards on five kickoff returns and posted two solo tackles. In 46 games with the Hurricanes, Moss earned twelve starting assignments. He caught 63 passes for 1,046 yards (16.6 avg) and eight touchdowns. Sinorice rushed eight times for 48 yards (6.0 avg), returned six kickoffs for 112 yards (18.7 avg) and had a 19-yard punt return. He also recorded eleven tackles (8 solos).


One of four team captains, Sinorice started 12 of 46 games for the Hurricanes…Has played flanker, split end and as a slot back…Has 63 receptions for 1,046 yards (16.6 avg) and eight touchdowns…His 92-yard catch vs. Temple in 2005 was the second-longest reception in school history, topped only by Horace Copeland's 99-yarder vs. Arkansas in 1991…Brother, Santana, was a standout All-American receiver at Miami from 1997-2000 and holds the school career record with 2,546 yards receiving while ranking third on the UM all-time record chart with 143 catches.


Started eight of ten games at flanker, coming off the bench vs. Duke and Wake Forest… Led the team with a career-high 32 receptions for 554 yards (17.3 avg) and five touch-downs…Carried six times for 44 yards (7.3 avg) and returned five kickoffs for 88 yards (17.6 avg)…Also recorded two solo tackles…Of the 52 passes targeted to Sinorice, he caught 18 for first downs, including six that converted third-down plays…Five of his six rushing attempts produced first downs…Had eight receptions for 20 yards or longer.


Appeared in eleven games…Started vs. Louisiana Tech and Georgia Tech at split end and vs. Houston and Wake Forest at flanker…Finished fourth on the squad with 20 receptions for 351 yards (17.5 avg) and three touchdowns…Carried twice for 4 yards and gained 19 yards on a punt return… Also made four solo tackles…Of the 32 passes targeted to Moss, twelve resulted in first downs, including five that came on third-down plays…Had five grabs for 20 yards or longer.


Appeared in thirteen games as a reserve…Finished with 111 yards on eight receptions (13.4 avg)…Gained 24 yards on a kickoff return and also made an assisted tackle.


Appeared mostly on special teams in twelve games…Caught three passes for 30 yards (10.0 avg) and recorded four tackles (2 solos).


4.45 in the 40-yard dash…35-inch vertical jump…300-pound bench press…435-pound squat…250-pound power clean.

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