|Chance of Injury in 2020:||0%|
|Chance of Injury per Game:||0%|
|Projected Games missed for 2020:||0.0|
Moss played in 10 games as a freshman at Utah, including 3 starts. After missing the opener due to injury, he averaged 16.5 carries over the next 4 weeks. But then Moss lost 2 more games to a toe injury. After his return, Moss garnered just 18 rushing attempts over the final 6 contests. He would only fall short of double-digit carries 2 more times among his remaining 35 games.
Sophomore year found Moss taking over the starting job from Armand Shyne, who took a redshirt after fracturing his arm. Moss started 12 of 13 contests and topped 100 rushing yards 5 times. He also fell short of 55 yards 6 other times.
The next season found Moss running even hotter, averaging 121.8 rushing yards per game through the first 9 weeks. But then came possibly the strangest injury situation for any player in this draft class. While climbing into bed one night, Moss aggravated an existing knee condition that no one appeared to know about.
"It could have been a week ago, a month ago, a year ago," HC Kyle Whittingham told reporters of Moss' original injury. "There's just no way to tell."
The injury required surgery and cost him the rest of the season. Whittingham acknowledged at the time that the star back might have played his last game for the Utes.
But Moss returned for his senior year and closed out his career strongly. He earned 1st-team all-conference and 3rd-team AP All-America honors. Moss tallied 8 games of 100+ rushing yards, with another of 99. He also missed another game, t…
|This player has no recorded injuries|