Free Agent Spotlight: Rahim Moore

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Aug 17, 2013; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks tight end Sean McGrath (84) runs past Denver Broncos free safety Rahim Moore (26) after receiving a pass during the 1st half at CenturyLink Field. Seattle defeated Denver 40-10. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

College Career

College: UCLA

Drafted: 2nd Rd, 13th (45th overall)

Moore came into UCLA as a five-star prospect and the number two safety in the nation. He started all 12 games for the Bruins in his freshman year, recording 58 tackles and 3 picks. He would go on to finish on the All-Pac-10 Freshman Team.

His sophomore year would be one to remember, as Moore would lead the nation in interceptions with a total of 10. Moore also would finish with 45 tackles. The Bruins would finish with a record of 7-6 that season, winning the EagleBank Bowl against Temple, in which Moore recorded his 10th interception.

In his junior year, the Bruins would take a dip, as they finished with only 4 wins that season. Moore, on the other hand, would declare for the 2011 NFL Draft after posting a career high in tackles, with 77. He also recorded one interception.

Going into the draft, Moore was highly regarded as the top safeties in the class, and was projected as a first round pick by He was given a grade of 7.68, or the range of Future All-Pro. Moore would up slipping into the second round of the star-studded 2011 class (hello J.J. Watt), falling to the Denver Broncos at pick 13.

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