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Breaking: Former UNI TE Briley Moore selects Kansas State to play his final year

Northern Iowa tight end Briley Moore has selected to play his final year at Kansas State.

Kansas State has landed one of the best tight ends in college football. Briley Moore the former Northern Iowa tight end has selected Kansas State to play his final year.

Last year, Moore was considered a top tight end in the 2020 NFL Draft, and even made the Senior Bowl watch list.

After a season lost to a shoulder injury, the 6-foot-4, 250-pound could be looking to find an FBS school. He had a great couple years for the Panthers.

It was 2017, when Moore broke through. He played in 13 games but ended up becoming the starter playing in nine games. He caught 38 passes for 494 yards which was the most receptions by a tight end this decade for the Panthers. 

In 2018, Moore went bananas! Moore became the most productive receiver for the Panthers in 2018. He recorded a team-high 536 yards and four touchdowns on 36 receptions. He torched North Dakota State for 96 yards and a touchdown. Moore was also named All-Missouri Conference First Team.

Briley Moore will likely solidify himself as a top tight end in the 2021 NFL Draft, if he can get the ball at Kansas State.

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