Maryland junior wide receiver D.J. Moore has been a driving force for the Terps’ offense despite having to adjust to three different quarterbacks. Moore has posted impressive an impressive stat line, while climbing up Maryland’s all-time leaderboard and establishing himself as one of the top receivers in college football. Here is a look a some of Moore’s eye-popping numbers he has recorded through the season.
Moore is first in the Big Ten in receiving touchdowns (eight) and receiving yards (745). Outside of the Big Ten, Moore is ranked 15th in the nation in receiving yards and tied for seventh in receiving touchdowns.
Moore has a reception in 29 straight games, which is the longest streak in the Big Ten. If Moore catches a pass in Maryland’s game against Rutgers on Saturday, he will tie former Maryland wide receiver Torrey Smith’s streak of 30 games that lasted from 2008 to 2010.
As mention before, Moore has tallied receiving eight touchdowns this season. Moore sits in fourth place in school history for most touchdowns in a single season. He is four touchdowns away from the single season record, which was set by Smith.
Moore is also fourth in Maryland history with 17 career receiving touchdowns. Moore is placed about notable Maryland receivers like Stefon Diggs and Darius Heyward-Bey.
Moore has racked up 117 catches in his three-year collegiate career. That number is good for ninth place in Maryland’s all-time reception leaderboard. Moore has 51 reception this season, which is 14th in program history.