Cookie Ridley can relate to what reporters who’ve covered the youngest of her three children experienced during DJ Moore’s three years at Maryland. No matter what Moore did, including a record-setting 2017 season, he made barely a peep.
“He’s not a big talker,” Ridley said recently. “That’s always been him.”
In that way, Moore is an anomaly for the position he plays, and what he accomplished as a Terp. It’s Moore's feet and hands — not his mouth — that led to where he finds himself as the 2018 NFL draft approaches.
Considered by most to be a second- or even third-round pick after catching a single-season school-record 80 passes and being named the Big Ten’s top...