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DB Kamrin Moore Selected In Sixth Round By New Orleans Saints

Third Boston College Eagle finds an NFL home

NCAA Football: Boston College at North Carolina State Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports

Another Boston College Eagle has found a home, as cornerback Kamrin Moore was selected by the New Orleans Saints in the sixth round today.

Moore, who finished his career with the Eagles with 140 tackles and two interceptions was knocked out of his senior season after an injury sustained against NC State. During his junior season he sealed a victory for Boston College with an endzone interception late in the fourth quarter.

Moore joins Isaac Yiadom (Denver Broncos) and Harold Landry (Tennessee Titans) as members of the 2018 NFL Draft class. He is the fourth defensive back drafted out of Boston College since Steve Addazio took over, with Yiadom, John Johnson (Rams) and Justin Simmons (Broncos). For a program with limited success at that position their success has been a welcome revelation. This run on defensive backs should continue in the future as well with Lukas Denis, Will Harris and possibly Taj-Amir Torres emerging as draft targets.

Good luck with the Saints Kamrin!