J.T. Moore


Youngstown, Ohio

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 260


J.T. Moore


News and Notes From The Trenches

The offensive and defensive line positions have flip-flopped from 2012 in terms of experience


Scarlet and Gray Rosters set for spring game

Coaches choose sides in early morning draft; four will be captains for the game


Practice No. 9: Best session of the spring drills

Coach Urban Meyer and fullback Zach Boren take part in Big Ten spring teleconference


Welcome to 2012 Ohio State Spring Football

Coach Urban Meyer and staff will take to the practice fields with the Buckeyes March 28


Ohio State Gator Bowl Game Notes

Buckeyes making their 11th consecutive bowl appearance

Ohio State Overview: J.T. Moore is a fourth-year junior and a one-year letterwinner for the Buckeyes ... he moved from the defensive line to tight end during the 2013 fall camp ... he has played in 17 games, including playing in all 13 games during the 2011 season ... he has started four times (in 2011 vs. Toledo, Miami, Illinois and Indiana) ... he has 10 career tackles, including eight solo stops, and has a personal best with three tackles vs. Akron, his first collegiate game ... he red-shirted the 2010 season as a true freshman.

More on J.T.: Moore is majoring in consumer and family financial services ... he was first-team all-Ohio as a senior at Boardman H.S., playing for coach D.J. Ogilvie ... recorded 110 tackles and seven sacks ... also named all-Northeast Ohio, all-Federal League and to the Youngstown Big 22 team ... a three-year starter, he was named his team's Five Blocks of Granite award winner ... nominated for Ohio All-Star Classic and Big 33 game ... played basketball and was on the honor roll ... J.T. is the son of Claudette and Darryl Moore.


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