Former Oklahoma State Cowboys receiver Tracy Moore has signed a undrafted free agent deal with the Cincinnati Bengals. The deal was reached on Wednesday, and Moore is already in Cincinnati working with the team.
This past season as a fifth-year senior, Moore started all 13 games and led the team in receiving yards with 738 and receiving touchdowns with six while finishing second on the team in catches with 44.
Known as a big-play wideout, Moore caught four of OSU's 10 longest passing plays of the regular season, including a 56-yard TD against Baylor, a 46-yard pass against TCU, a 41-yard pass against Kansas and a 41-yard pass against Missouri.
For his efforts, Moore was an Honorable All-Big 12 mention as a senior.
An injury prematurely ended his 2012 season, giving him a fifth-year of eligibility in 2013. Moore came into the '12 season as OSU’s leading returning receiver, having caught 45 passes for 672 yards and four touchdowns in 2011.
Prior to his October injury, Moore had 20 receptions for 259 yards and four touchdowns through the four games in which he played.
At his Pro Day, Moore managed to put up a 37-inch vertical leap, and then ran a 40-yard dash that was timed between 4.4 and 4.5.