Wide receiver Sinorice Travonce Moss played his college ball at the University of Miami. He was chosen in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft by the New York Giants as the 44th overall pick. While at Miami, he was a standout receiver and a track star.
With the Giants, Moss has played in a total of 19 regular-season games over two seasons. His primary function is as a backup pass catcher. He’s made 26 receptions for 250 yards, averaging 9.6 YPC. He’s fumbled once, losing that ball. In 2006, he ran back 10 kickoffs for 194 yards with his longest being 33 yards. He ended his five year career with the Giants team with 39 catches and 3 touchdowns.
At five-foot-eight inches and 185 pounds, Moss is small for the NFL. From the start of his career, he’s had health issues related to durability. A good athlete, Moss features fine speed and quickness but his route running skills and field awareness are still developing. His hands are soft and skilled and he can be tough for opponents to tackle in the open field. However, once caught he goes down quickly. He has a difficult time with body control and, in tight situations, keeping his balance. The 2008 season could be a make or break time for the young receiver.