JMon Moore is like a bigger version of Davante Adams at 6-foot-3, 205 pounds. He's not a burner, but his 38-inch vertical gives him a ridiculous catch radius that Aaron Rodgers is sure to take advantage of. He's looked good by all reports thus far at training camp. He just needs to win the job over Geronimo Allison, who has 35 career receptions in two seasons.
Rookie receivers can often struggle, even when they have future Hall of Fame QBs throwing them the ball. Moore also could lose his spot at any time if he goes through a rough patch, which can happen. After all, Adams had just 38 catches his rookie season.
2018 Bottom Line
It's a projection, but you have to like Moore's upside if he can win the job, which will put him on the outside opposite Adams in 3-WR sets, which is basically all the time. He had some issues with drops in college, but working with Rodgers should help. His ADP is currently, well, it's just negligible. Moore is worth a late-round flier. Great quarterbacks make the receiver, not the other way around.