Dan Moore Jr.

Senior left tackle Dan Moore Jr. (right) announced he will forego a fifth year of eligibility and enter the 2021 NFL draft.

After a Texas A&M football season marked by stellar offensive line play, one of the members of the Maroon Goons, senior left tackle Dan Moore Jr., has declared for the 2021 NFL draft, he announced via Twitter on Tuesday.

Moore played in 43 games for Aggies, starting in 36 outings, in his career which began in 2017. During his time at A&M, Moore became a prolific tackle, helping A&M’s 2020-2021 offensive line be named a finalist for the Joe Moore Award which is given to the country's best offensive line.

Throughout the 2020-2021 season, Moore and the rest of the offensive line unit only allowed seven sacks, including a streak of four games without a sack.

The Maroon Goons also made significant contributions to make A&M the SEC’s second best rushing offense with 205.6 yards per game and hold the SEC’s longest rushing yards per attempt.

Moore was additionally named the SEC Offensive Lineman of the Week after the Aggies’ 48-3 victory over South Carolina and was named to the All-SEC Second Team.

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