Cal Football BIO
Steven Moore
Player Profile:
Steven Moore 1250276
Position: Offensive Lineman
Height: 6'6"
Weight: 305
Year: Senior
Hometown: Elk Grove, CA
High School: Elk Grove HS
Experience: 3 Letters

Twitter: @calfootball
Instagram: cal_football

Career Stats
Game Logs: 2015 | 20142013

Moore is a preseason candidate for all national honors presented to offensive linemen including the Outland Trophy and Vince Lombardi/Rotary Award and listed as the starter at the right tackle position on the preseason depth chart. Moore has played in all 37 games with 36 starts toilead all active Cal players in both categories including a current string of 30 in a row during the last three seasons from 2013-15. Moore is one of four returning starting offensive lineman along with Chris Borrayo, Aaron Cochran and Dominic Granado that helped Cal set numerous records in 2015 including single-season school marks for passing yardage (4,892), passing yards per game (376.3 ypg), passing touchdowns (44) and scoring offense (37.9 ppg, modern-era record), among others. Cal also ranked third nationally in passing offense in 2015, as well as eighth in total offense and 17th in scoring offense, with all of the numbers second in the Pac-12.

Cal Career (2012 – Present)
● Has played in all 37 games with 36 starts including a current string of 30 in a row during the last three seasons from 2013-15 of his four campaigns at Cal to lead all of the program's active players in both categories
● Has started 24 games at right tackle including a career-high all 13 as a 2015 junior and 11 of 12 as a 2013 redshirt freshman, as well as all 12 games as a 2014 sophomore at left tackle
● Has one tackle that he recorded in the season finale of his sophomore season vs. BYU
● Helped protect quarterback Jared Goff, who started all 37 of the Golden Bears' games at quarterback from 2013-15 and set 26 school records including career marks for passing yardage (12,220), touchdown passes (96), total offense (12,086) and completions (977)

Senior (2016)
● A preseason candidate for all national honors presented to offensive linemen including the Outland Trophy and Vince Lombardi/Rotary Award
● Listed as the starter at the right tackle position on the preseason depth chart
● Played in the spring game

Junior (2015)
● Started all 13 games to establish a single-season career-high
● Helped Cal's offense set numerous records including single-season school marks in passing yardage (4,892), passing yards per game (376.3 ypg), passing touchdowns (44), total offense (6,879), total yards per game (529.2 ypg), total touchdowns (63), scoring offense (37.9 ppg, modern-era school record), first downs (341) and first downs passing (201)
● Helped the offense rank third nationally in passing offense, eighth in total offense, 14th in third down conversion percentage (46.9%) and 17th in scoring offense, with all of the numbers second in the Pac-12
● Helped Jared Goff break a pair of Pac-12 single-season records in his final campaign when he passed for 4,719 yards and 43 touchdowns while becoming the first Cal quarterback to earn first-team All-Pac-12 honors since Aaron Rodgers in 2004
● Helped Cal become the only team in the nation to have six receivers with 40 or more catches and the first college football team in recorded history to have six players with 40 or more receptions and three 500-yard rushers in the same season
● Helped Cal set single-game team records with 760 yards of total offense and 36 first downs vs. Oregon State, while tying a modern-era school record with 10 extra-point attempts vs. Grambling State
● Did not participate in spring practices due to injury
Sophomore (2014)
● Started all 12 games at left tackle and was one of seven Cal players to start every contest along with fellow offensive linemen Chris Adcock, Alejandro Crosthwaite and Jordan Rigsbee, as well as Cedric Dozier, Jared Goff and Mustafa Jalil
● Earned the team’s Andy Smith Trophy for the player with the most Big C playing time
● Played a key role for a Cal offense that set or equaled nine single-season school or modern-era school records on the offensive side of the ball including passing yards (4,152), passing touchdowns (37), total yards per game (495.2 ypg) and first downs passing (188), as well modern-era school records for points (459), scoring average (38.2 ppg) and touchdowns (61) that were all that were broken in 2015, as well as tying modern-era records for PAT (56) and PAT attempts (57) that remain school records
● Helped Cal score 55 or more points in a game three times for the first time in the school's modern era including 40 or more five times and 30 or more on 10 occasions
● Helped Cal rank in the top 25 nationally in a total of seven offensive categories including passing offense (6th, 346.0 ypg), scoring offense (10th, 38.3 ppg), total offense (13th, 495.2 ypg), fourth-down conversion percentage (14th, 67.9%, 19-28), first downs (19th, 319), third-down conversions (23rd, 46.1%) and team passing efficiency (24th, 145.77)
● Protected Jared Goff while he set 15 single-season, single-game or single-play school records that were later broken in 2015 including passing yards (3,973), passing touchdowns (35), touchdowns responsible for (35), total offense (3,929) and 300-yard passing games (7), while his consecutive 300-yard passing games (6) and most consecutive passes without an interception (185) marks remain school records
● Helped Jared Goff rank among the nation’s top 10 in six individual categories including passing touchdowns (5th), passing yards (5th), passing yards per game (5th, 331.1 ypg), completions per game (5th, 26.33 cpg), total offense (8th, 327.4 ypg) and points responsible for per game (9th, 18.0 ppg)
● Participated in the spring game
Freshman (2013)
● Played in all 12 contests and started 11 games at right tackle with the only contest he did not start against Oregon State
● Played a key role for a Cal offense that set or equaled three single-season school records for passing yards (3,977), pass completions (368) and total plays (1,046), with the passing yards mark being broken again in 2014 and 2015, for a group that was ranked 10th nationally in passing yards per game
● Helped Jared Goff set school records in passing yardage (3,508), total offense (3,446), completions (320), pass attempts (531) and total plays (590) in his first season as the Bears’ signal caller before breaking all but the total plays mark in 2014 or 2015
Freshman (2012)
● Redshirted
● Did not play

Elk Grove HS (Class of 2012)
● Racked up the honors during his 2011 senior season when he played for a 12-1 squad that reached the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II semifinals and won the Delta Valley League with a 5-0 conference record, playing tackle for an offensive line that helped the team’s run game average 332.9 yards per contest
● Earned first-team Division II All-State honors as a senior from MaxPreps while he was a third-team All-State choice according to ESPN High School California; as well as a second-team All-Sac-Joaquin Section, All-Metro and first-team All-DVL pick; and the DVL Offensive Lineman of the Year
● A first-team All-DVL and second-team All-Metro choice in both his 2009 sophomore and 2010 junior campaigns
● Also played prep basketball, earning third-team All-State honors as a junior in 2010-11
● Earned an Army Scholar-Athlete national award

Recruiting Notes (Class of 2012)
● A three-star recruit of ESPN, MaxPreps, Rivals and Scout, while 247Sports gave him two stars
● Listed as the nation’s No. 54 offensive tackle by Scout and No. 126 at the position according to ESPN, as well as the No. 96 guard by 247Sports
● Ranked as the No. 66 player overall in California/Hawaii/Nevada by SuperPrep
● Listed as the No. 7 offensive tackle in California by Scout
● Ranked as the No. 113 player overall in the state of California by ESPN, while 247Sports had him at No. 169
● Full name is Steven Philip Moore
● Born September 28, 1993
● Parents are Phil and Susan Moore
● Father was an offensive lineman at San Jose State
● Interested in becoming a police officer following his football playing career
● Major is legal studies

Moore's Career Game Highs
Tackles: 1 (vs. BYU, 2014) 

Last Updated
June 24, 2016

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