Photo Day Sound Bytes: Dontrell Moore

Check out this interview during photo day with linebacker Dontrell Moore
August 20, 2005

Scout TV: 1 on 1 with Dontrell Moore

There was little secret after the season was done that Nebraska had some holes to fill. At linebacker, there were monumental holes, one being held by the most prolific tackler in Husker history. Well, now someone else takes that spot and it's up to him to help fill the void. All while trying to compete just to get on the field.
April 1, 2005

Outside linebacker no more

It's an adjustment for any player just coming in, even if they are coming from the junior college level. For Moore, his adjustment has just became a little harder. Today, head coach Bill Callahan announced that it was going to be a new learning curve for Moore as he was moving to another position on the field.
March 30, 2005

Moore set to be a Husker next week

There comes a point in everyone's lives when you are told to "grow up". Well, I have been told that most of my life, but for Dontrell Moore he has been growing up and taking on responsibility at every turn the past month or so.
December 8, 2004

Dontrell Moore: "Hit them in the mouth."

We've regaled you with the exploits of Nebraska's 17th commit, linebacker Dontrell Moore. Comparisons, projections, speculation all of what this Coffeyville standout might achieve. Rather than continue on that as we get third party opinions, how about the opinion of the one that matters most? Dontrell Moore talked about his pledge to NU, why and what he expects for the future.
November 11, 2004

Terrell Farley the second?

Terrell Farley. To look at his tenure at NU, it's not much. To look at his stats, well, they are good, but nothing that makes you think "legend" in the making. Farley was that, but it was what you couldn't see on the stat sheet. This kid had a nose for the ball. Not a blazer, Farley was still the first to the ball. Ok, now, think of Farley, take a couple tenths of his forty and what do you potentially have? Future Husker, Dontrell Moore.
November 11, 2004