News:Jeremy Moore caught one pass for a team-high 27 yards in Monday's Sun Bowl against Southern Cal.
Analysis:Jeremy Moore quit football in late September, only to return a few weeks later. He hasn't been overly impressive in an offense that rarely passes, but at 6-foot-3, he's could emerge in 2013 as a downfield, jumpball option.
News:Jeremy Moore has returned to the team after walking away from football last Tuesday due to personal reasons according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Analysis: "Young guys, they do rash things sometimes," offered head coach Paul Johnson. Jeremy Moore has been passed by Jeff Greene as the top receiving option in Atlanta, and has a ways to go to get back on the field.
Georgia Tech's Moore Leaves Team, Cites Personal Reasons
News:Jeremy Moore, a redshirt junior wide receiver, has informed Georgia Tech head coach Paul Johnson he will be leaving the team for personal reasons, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Analysis: Johnson told the paper that Jeremy Moore was leaving the program due to some things that he's struggled with before. Moore started all three games for the Yellow Jackets so far this season and netted three catches for 64 yards.
News:Jeremy Moore appears to be locked in a starting receiver opposite Jeff Greene notes the Atlanta Journal-Constituion
Analysis:Jeremy Moore's been Georgia Tech's biggest mover this August, and is being praised for his ball skills. Both Greene and Moore have tremendous size, which gives the Jackets two jump ball options. If one clearly emerges as quarterback Tevin Washington's top target, he'll immediately be a top waiver priority. Until then however, you'll simply have to hope you guess right.
News:Jeremy Moore has leapt Darren Waller and Chris Jackson, and is listed as a starting receiver, notes the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Analysis:Jeremy Moore is listed as a starter opposite Jeff Greene, the player many have assumed would slide in to the Calvin Johnson/Demaryius Thomas/Stephen Hill role, and is having a solid camp. He goes 6-3, so he's certainly capable of being a jump ball threat himself. While it seems the Jackets will rotate receivers more than we're used to, Moore is worth taking a gamble on late; we've seen what the top receiver in Atlanta can do.
News: Moore (knee) is expected to miss four weeks, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Analysis: Moore wasn't expected to do much this year, anyway. His absence won't affect the Georgia Tech offense. Stephen Hill is the only Yellow Jacket wideout you should care about.