Big Ten’s leading receiver makes major decision on his football future Patrick Smith/Getty Images
COLLEGE PARK, MD - NOVEMBER 07: Wide receiver D.J. Moore #1 of the Maryland Terrapins scores touchdown in front of cornerback Derrick Tindal #25 of the Wisconsin Badgers during the second quarter at Byrd Stadium on November 7, 2015 in College Park, Maryland.(Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

Maryland junior and the Big Ten’s top receiver D.J. Moore has decided to take his 1,000-plus receiving yards and head to the NFL Draft. He wrote a lengthy and heartfelt note to Terps fans on his decision.

Moore was the only receiver in the conference to top 1,000 yards receiving and he did it despite working with at least three different quarterbacks throughout the season. That should show just how talented the 5-foot-11, 215-pound receiver has been this season. He also had five rushes for 61 yards and a touchdown on the season to go with 15 punt returns for a total of 153 yards.

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