Maryland wide receiver D.J. Moore was named to the preseason watch list for the Paul Hornung Award, given annually to the player deemed the most versatile in the country. Moore, a 5-foot-11, 215-pound rising junior from Philadelphia, has made 23 straight starts for the Terps and has at least one catch in his past 21 games, the longest streak since Torrey Smith had catches in 30 straight from 2008 to 2010. Moore's nine touchdown catches in his first two seasons tied him with Stefon Diggs, Jermaine Lewis and Dan Bungori for the school record. Moore led Maryland in receiving yards (637), receiving touchdowns (six) and yards per catch (15.5) as a sophomore last season. He also led the Terps with 15 kick returns for 334 yards (22.3 average), and his average of 15.3 yards per play was the best in the Big Ten Conference. Moore is one of 46 players, including 19 juniors, on the watch list.