Kailo Moore

Kailo  Moore


Rosedale, Miss.

High School:
West Bolivar

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 194




Preseason Report 08.12: Competition all over Field as Fall Camp Continues

Rebel Assistant Coaches Pleased with Progress


Euphoria: Ole Miss Tops No. 1 Alabama 23-17

Rebels Notch Win Over Top-Ranked Team for First Time in Program History


Postgame Notes: Ole Miss vs. Alabama


Ole Miss Football Spring Review

Rebels Prepare For 2014 Season


Ole Miss Closes Spring with Regions Bank Grove Bowl

Offense Wins the Day at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium

Listed No. 3 at cornerback entering fall camp ... Really making strides after playing offense his whole life prior to last year ... Smart kid who has done a lot of work on his own ... Needs to keep working on technique. 

2015: Played in 10 games as a backup cornerback and on special teams ... Missed the New Mexico State and Memphis games with a groin injury ... Had nine tackles on the season ... Earned third letter ... vs. Fresno State (9/12/15): Made one tackle ... at #2 Alabama (9/19/15): Tallied two tackles (one solo) ... vs. Vanderbilt (9/26/15): Assisted on a tackle ... at #23 Florida (10/3/15): Assisted on a tackle ... vs. Arkansas (11/7/15): Recorded two solo stops ... vs. #15 LSU (11/21/15): Made one tackle ... at #21 Mississippi State (11/28/15): Made one solo stop.

Played in every game on special teams and as a reserve cornerback ... Collected five tackles and a fumble recovery on the season ... Earned second letter ... vs. #1 Alabama (10/4/14): His fourth-quarter fumble recovery on a kickoff was a key play in the Rebels’ comeback win over the nation’s top-ranked team ... vs. Tennessee (10/18/14): Made a big hit on a kick returner that led to a fumble and turnover ... at #23 LSU (10/25/14): Made a tackle on special teams ... vs. Presbyterian (11/8/14): Made two tackles (one solo) ... Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl vs. #6 TCU (12/31/14): Made two solo stops ... Moved from RB to CB in the spring.

2014 TRACK: As a true freshman, he advanced to the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the 4x100-meter relay ... Running the anchor leg, he helped Ole Miss set a school-record time of 39.34 to qualify for NCAAs ... Ranks top 15 in school history in both the 100 meters (10.43) and 200 meters (21.07).

2013: Played in 12 games on special teams with some action at running back ... Totaled 69 yards on 18 carries, 22 yards on three catches and 100 yards on five kick returns for the season ... Missed the Arkansas game due to injury ... Earned first letter ... at Vanderbilt (8/29/13): Made his collegiate debut with one rush for no gain ... vs. Southeast Missouri (9/7/13): Rushed five times for nine yards ... at Texas (9/14/13): Returned a kick for 24 yards and made one tackle on special teams ... at #1 Alabama (9/28/13): Returned two kicks for 40 yards ... vs. #9 Texas A&M (10/12/13): Returned a kickoff for 15 yards ... vs. Idaho (10/26/13): Had five carries for 9 yards, three catches for 22 yards and a kick return for 21 yards ... vs. Troy (11/16/13): Rushed seven times for a season-high 51 yards ... Music City Bowl vs. Georgia Tech (12/30/13): Made a tackle on special teams ... Member of the 2013 signing class.

HIGH SCHOOL: Selected as a Semper Fidelis and SuperPrep All-American ... Rated a 4-star prospect by all the major recruiting services ... Listed as the sixth-best all-purpose back and No. 93 overall recruit in the nation by 247Sports.com ... Listed as the No. 10 running back in the country by Tom Lemming and No. 19 by Scout.com and ESPN.com ... Member of the Scout 300 and ESPN 300 ... Played in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game ... Listed No. 4 on The Clarion-Ledger’s 10 Most Wanted and a member of the publication’s Dandy Dozen ... Earned first team All-State honors from The Clarion-Ledger and the Mississippi Association of Coaches as both a junior and senior ... Rushed for 1,218 yards and scored 18 touchdowns while leading West Bolivar to the quarterfinals of the Class 2A state playoffs as a senior ... Also had three interceptions on defense ... As a junior, rushed for 1,470 yards and 19 TDs, leading the Eagles to a 15-1 record and the MHSAA Class 2A state championship ... Set a school record with five TDs in one game ... Coached in high school by Henry Johnson ... Also a standout sprinter on the track, he was named Mississippi’s Mr. Track and Field by The Clarion-Ledger as a junior ... Competed in the 100 meters and 200 meters at the 2011 USA Junior Outdoor Track & Field Championships ... Eleven-time state 2A champion during his high school track career ... Won the state 2A 100-meter dash three times and the 200 twice, including as an eighth grader ... Best times of 10.30 in the 100 and 21.22 in the 200.

PERSONAL: Son of Larenda Moore ... Full name is Kailo Janard De’vonta Moore ... Born: Sept. 21, 1993 ... General studies major.





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