Dante Moore

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QB / 6-2.5 / 202
Martin Luther King
Detroit, MI


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Recruiting Class of 2023
On3 DB / Dante Moore

As a College Recruit

Pure pocket passer who is one of the more accurate and efficient quarterbacks in the deep 2023 cycle. Checks in at under 6-foot-2 and around 205 pounds with a hand size around 9.5 inches. Skilled as a touch passer with the ability to layer throws and deliver with accuracy and nuance. Has a quick, natural release that aids in the short passing and RPO game. Shows a good arm both on video and in multiple neutral settings - camps, 7-on-7's and all-star games. Capable of hitting on deep shots off of play action. Emerged as one of the top quarterbacks in the cycle as a freshman in high school. Put together a highly efficient and productive junior season in leading Martin Luther King to a state title while completing 73 percent of his passes for over 3,000 yards and 40 touchdowns against three interceptions. Was not quite as productive as a senior but still led MLK to another state title. Capped off his high school career with an MVP showing at the All-American Bowl, completing 14 of 19 passes for 156 yards and four touchdowns. Does not appear to be quite the athlete or run threat as some of the other top quarterbacks in the cycle at this time. Will need to continue improving his movement skills and foot quickness to maximize his long-term upside.

Reminds Us Of
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Tua TagovailoaQB/6-1/219
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HS Class of 2017
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2020Draft: Rnd1 /Pick5

Dante Moore’s quick release, accuracy feel as a passer and build reminds us of Tua Tagovailoa. Moore is around an inch taller than Tagovailoa and a more efficient high school passer at the same stage. Tagovailoa was more of a run threat and showed more mobility as a high school prospect.



Junior Season

Scouting Journal


Dante Moore earns 5th star from On3

Charles Power

Dante Moore (No. 20) earns his fifth star in large part due to a great showing at the All-American Bowl. The UCLA signee was the top quarterback on hand all week, by a fairly sizable margin. Moore has an argument as the most polished passer in the cycle with an easy, natural release and high-end accuracy in every setting.


Dante Moore a top performer at All-American Bowl wee

Charles Power

Dante Moore looked like the top quarterback in San Antonio during practices and took his game to another level in Saturday’s game. The 6-foot-1.5, 205-pounder showed off his advanced, nuanced passing skill set during live action, making easy work of the outmatched West defense. Moore completed 14 of 19 passes for 156 yards and four touchdowns. He threw strikes to Ohio State signee Brandon Inniss and LSU signee Jalen Brown on the first drive. Moore later connected with Inniss on a beautifully thrown corner route for a touchdown. His best throw of the day came on a pass to Ohio State wide receiver signee Carnell Tate – Moore stood tall in the pocket and dropped it in a bucket over the middle of the field while throwing off his back foot and taking a hit. The UCLA signee is his best when delivering quick hitters across the middle of the field from the pocket. He showed very good zip on passes to the intermediate portion of the field along with a quick processor in live situations. Moore has a pliable arm with the ability to deliver from multiple angles. Overall, Moore made it look easy as you’d hope to see from a top quarterback.