David Moore comes to Carolina after four seasons in Seattle, where he was drafted in the seventh round in 2017. Read more about the wide receiver below:
Moore represents the second move by new general manager Scott Fitterer to bring in a Seahawk that he had a hand in scouting and drafting, after Carolina signed TE Stephen Sullivan to a reserve/future contract earlier in the year.
Sullivan was a seventh-round draft choice in 2020, while Moore was taken by the Seahawks in the seventh round of the 2017 Draft.
Finding the end zone
While Moore didn't get the bulk of Seattle's targets over the last three seasons, he did find ways to turn receptions into points.
Moore had 13 receiving touchdowns from 2018-20, with a reception-to-touchdown ratio of 6.0. That ratio is sixth-best among players with at least 10 receiving TDs since 2018.
He can also go deep
Moore has 18 plays of 20 yards or more in his career, with eight of those coming in 2018. Although he only had 26 catches that season, eight were of the 20-plus variety, ranking third among wide receivers with fewer than 30 catches. That season, Moore averaged 13.7 air yards per reception with a long of 54 coming at Carolina.
Moore set all kinds of records at Division II East Central University in Ada, Okla. His 2,776 receiving yards and 35 career touchdowns were program records. He was a third team All-American and three-time All-GAC honoree.
View photos of wide receiver David Moore who played with the Seahawks from 2017-20.