Don’t Be Surprised if WMU Bronco Alumni Skyy Moore is a First Round Pick in the 2022 NFL Draft
As the NFL Draft looms and begins the 2022 season, don't be surprised if you see someone who balled for Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo become a first-round pick.
Skyy Moore is getting plenty of talk as a 'sleeper' pick as a first-rounder. Moore played wide receiver for the Broncos and was twice a first-team all-MAC.
CBS NFL analyst Charles Davis raises Moore's name when speaking this week on the Jim Rome Show.
Another CBS analyst feels the same:
Trapasso goes deeper on his prediction in a recent article on Moore stating he made the prediction as
...the culmination of the film-watching session that left my mouth agape.
I currently have a first-round grade on Moore, and it'll stay there unless he completely bombs his combine workout -- which I'm not expecting in the least. He's essentially a lock to be within my top five receiver prospects in the 2022 draft class. I'm that smitten.
Skyy Moore First Round Draft Pick - Where He Could Go
The mock draft from ProFootballFocus sends Moore to Tennessee with the 26th pick. The Titans have looked to Kalamazoo in the past. They drafted Corey Davis from WMU in 2017 in the first round - the 5th overall selection.
Check out Moore's highlights from his final season with WMU:
It's likely Skyy Moore will be wearing someone's uniform when the 2022 season kicks off. Maybe one of these: