Tarvarius Moore



Experience: 2 years

Height: 6-2

Age: 23

Weight: 200 lbs

College: Southern Miss


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  • Prior to the start of his senior year at Southern Mississippi, Moore’s younger sister, TavyAnna, passed away suddenly at the age of 16. “My sister was basically my best friend,” said Moore. “After every game, no matter what, she was always the first person I’d see. Even if it was a tough loss, she would just always try to encourage me or give me some words of wisdom. For her to be my younger sister, she was kind of like my big sister at times. So, it was pretty hard. But I know she would want me to go out and do my best.” Moore, who changed his Twitter screen name to “#DoIt4Tavy” shortly before the 2017 season began, found it easier to keep his chin up his senior season because of the inspiration he’s drawn from his sister. “When I think about her, it gives me the motivation to keep on going each and every day,” he said. “When I’m on the field, if I’m tired or my teammates are tired, I just try to think what she would want me to do. I know she would never want me to quit or give up on anything. So I just try to find it within to go as hard as I can.”
  • Moore and his fellow rookies participated in the annual 49ers Mentorship Academy on September 18, 2018. The Mentorship Academy, partnering with USA Football, is a three-step program designed to provide high school football players with the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to succeed and be leaders on and off the field. The rookie class invited the high schoolers to the team facility, where they shared opinions and lessons over a meal and fun competitions.