2015 Camps
Princeton Football BIO
89 Tom Moak

At Princeton — 2011: caught nine passes for 86 yards, including first career touchdown; his TD came in a 24-21 home win over Columbia … caught three passes for 24 yards at Penn … had two catches apiece against Lehigh, Columbia and Hampton … played special teams and made three tackles, including two at Penn. 2010: moved into wide receiver rotation during second half of the season … played on the special teams unit through much of the season.

At The Westminster School — started at quarterback and cornerback in his final two years ... led team to Top 10 rankings in Georgia and the second round of the postseason in both years ... named team captain and AA preseason all-state selection before senior year ... invited to the Elite 11 quarterback regional combine series ... threw for more than 2500 yards and 29 touchdowns in final two seasons; also rushed for 721 yards and five touchdowns ... Scout.com player of the week as a junior after throwing four touchdown passes ... lettered four years in football and three in baseball ... senior class president ... earned Westminster’s West Point award for “Duty, Honor, Country” ... National Honor Society member.

Personal — born Oct. 18, 1990 ... son of Dr. Tom and Mary Neely Moak ... father is a doctor; mother runs a medical billing company ... has a brother Ed ... enjoys boating and fishing.

Year Rec. Yards Avg. TD Long Avg/Gm
2011 9 86 9.6 1 15 10.8

Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
City/State: Atlanta, Ga.
High School: Westminster School