Swedish native Isaac Moore might be on his way to achieving his American football dream after being drafted by the Philadelphia Stars in the third round of the USFL Draft. Although Moore now has an opportunity to professionally play the sport, he remains a hopeful undrafted free agent for the NFL.
Moore was recruited to the Temple football program by offensive line coach Chris Wiesehan, who cross-trained him to play all positions on the offensive line. His willingness to learn and leadership abilities played an instrumental role in him setting a school record of consecutive games played with 57, all played at left tackle.
Moore participated in Temple’s Pro Day in front of representatives from 13 NFL teams, showcasing his well-developed football IQ and his ability to go against top edge rushers in practice, like 2022 All-AAC selections Layton Jordan and Darian Varner, Atlanta Falcons 2022 second-round pick Arnold Ebiketie, and Pittsburgh Steelers 2021 sixth-round pick Quincy Roche.
Despite being selected by the Stars, Moore is still optimistic about a career in the NFL. He must now wait to see if his name will be called at the 2023 NFL Draft or if he’ll receive a minicamp invite as an undrafted free agent.
One thing is for sure, Moore’s work ethic and determination will help him succeed wherever he ends up playing football. The player already earned his master’s degree in English as a second language, but for now, he has set his sights on pursuing professional football in America.
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