At 6’6″, 314 pounds, Moses has a great build for a pro LT. Long arms and nimble footwork will make him a very attractive prospect for some team picking outside of the first five or six top linemen. He’s drawn comparisons to Ryan Clady in his skill set and body type.
From CBS Sports:
Ideal length and proportion throughout for an NFL offensive tackle. Does a good job of exhibiting patience off the snap as he routinely establishes width and good bend in his base to either absorb or mirror his opponent in pass protection. Makes good use of his long arms by extending and punching to keep defenders off his frame. Displays a fluid, consistent kick-slide when asked to track and dictate a speed rusher around the edge.
Big, long-armed leaner with sheer size and length and enough movement skill to function at an adequate level on the right side, though his high-maintenance conditioning, intermittent intensity and uneven performance turns off some teams.
Here’s some video from the Virginia-Oregon game in 2013: