Jeremy Moore
Jeremy  Moore


New Haven, Conn.

High School:
James Hillhouse

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 185



Football to Honor 21 Seniors Prior to Season-Finale vs. Holy Cross

Hoyas conclude their regular season against the Crusader


Dustin Wharton Invited to Baltimore Ravens Training Camp

Wharton becomes third Hoya in three years to earn NFL Training Camp Invitation


Maurice Banks Named to the Georgetown Football Coaching Staff

Banks returns to The Hilltop after previous stints as a coach and student-athlete


Georgetown Football Names Luke Thompson Defensive Coordinator

Thompson returns to the Hilltop after two seasons at Army


Rob Sgarlata Named Georgetown Football Head Coach

Sgarlata assumes role after 18 seasons on staff, last eight as assistant head coach


Favorite Memory

Hoya Insider- Favorite Memory

2011: Appeared in eight games, starting each at cornerback...Named First Team All-Patriot League at cornerback and as a return specialist...Finished fifth on the team with 58 tackles and tied for third with 5.5 tackles for a loss of f21 yards and three sacks...Tied for first with four interceptions with 178 return yards, the second highest single-season total in program history...Had 10 tackles, 1.5 TFL and one sack in a win over Davidson...Had seven tackles, one for loss and one sack along with an INT return of 38 yards in a win over Marist...Made seven tackles and intercepted two passes, with 65 return yards in a win over Colgate...Made 10 tackles with one TFL, while returning an INT 75 yards for a TD and returning a kick 73 yards in a win over Fordham to earn PL Weekly Honorable Mention...Had four kick-off returns for 153 yards, including a 70 yard return at Lehigh...Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

2010: Started all 11 games at cornerback ... Named All Patriot League Second Team finishing second in the league with 11 passes defended and seventh with 10 tackles for loss ... Named the John L. Hagerty Defensive Back of the Year by GU coaching staff... Had nine tackles, one tackle for loss and a pass breakup in a win at Lafayette on Sept. 11 ... Named Patriot League Special Teams Player of the Week after returning a kick-off for an 85 yard touchdown, also compiled seven tackles and four pass breakups at Yale on Sept. 18 ... Had eight tackles, one sack and a pass breakup and 101 kick-off return yards against Bucknell on Oct. 16 ... Had a season-high 11 tackles, a tackle for loss, one interception and three pass breakups in a win over Marist on Nov. 20. 2009: Appeared in four games ... Had two tackles (both against Fordham).

High School: A two-year letterwinner at James Hillhouse ... Played wide receiver, defensive back and kick returner ... Named Tri-State Player of the Week in 2008 ... Earned first-team all-state honors from the New Haven Register and Connecticut Post as a senior ...Named first-team all-area and all-conference in 2008 ... A McDonald's all-star nominee in 2008 ... Led team in receptions (24) as a senior, catching six touchdowns and finishing with 12 touchdowns overall, including three kickoff returns, two punt returns and one fumble recovery ... Had four interceptions in a game in 2008 and led the team with 10 picks as senior ... Also played three years of varsity basketball ...

Personal: Born on January 14, 1991 in New Haven, Conn. ... The son of Jeffrey and Vivienne Moore ... Has three brothers, Jermaine, Jeffrey, Jr. and JaVaughn ... Comes to Georgetown from the same high school as junior back Keerome Lawrence ... Selected to Who's Who Among American High School Students and a member of the Young Men's Leadership Council ... Lists Carl Newton, Jeffrey Moore and Kermit Carolina as the most influential people in his athletic career ... Favorite athletes are Dwayne Wade and Ed Reed ... Favorite team is the Cleveland Cavaliers ... Plans to major in business.

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