- Tyler Moore
- 6' 5"
- 325 lbs.
2014: Played in every game and started eight times on the offensive line…Declared for the NFL Draft after his junior season…2013: Entered camp playing right guard but moved to right tackle due to injuries…Played in seven games making six starts, five at right tackle and one at left tackle…Suffered a season-ending injury prior to the Vanderbilt game and missed the last four games…Also missed the Tennessee game due to injury.
PRIOR TO FLORIDA:
(at Nebraska) 2011: Started the first four games of the season and played in nine games overall…With him in the lineup, Nebraska totaled more than 200 yards rushing in all four games that he started, including 300-plus yard outputs against Washington and Wyoming…Was just the 10th true freshman offensive lineman to see action for Nebraska since 1973...His four starts for the Cornhuskers was the most by a true freshman offensive lineman in school history and made him the first true freshman offensive lineman to start a season opener…Named to the All-Big Ten Freshman Team by ESPN.com in 2011.
PREP: While at Countryside HS, Moore was regarded as one of the top offensive line prospects in the country after helping his team to a 12-1 record in 2010, and a trip to the regional finals…Helped a Cougar offense rush for over 2,900 yards and 45 rushing touchdowns in his senior campaign…As a junior, led Countryside to an 11-2 record and the offense to 225 rushing yards per game…Chosen as a Class 5A all-state pick during junior season…Was a three-year starter for Countryside…Following senior year of high school, played for the East team in the U.S. Army All-Star Game in San Antonio…Father, Brian, played tight end for Nebraska in the mid-1980s…Cousin, Jay Moore, was a three-year letterman (2004-06) playing defensive end at Nebraska…From the same high school as former Gator offensive lineman Jeff Mitchell and defensive lineman Clint Mitchell.