2016 NFL Draft
UCLA Football BIO
Ryan Moya
Player Profile:
Ryan Moya 1265524
Position: Tight End
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 243
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: El Dorado Hills, CA
High School: Oak Ridge
Experience: 3 Letters

2009 - Saw action in 13 games with three starts ... Ranked third on the team with 18 catches for 12 first downs ... Finished his career ranked third all-time among Bruin tight ends with 78 catches ... Earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention honors ... Offensive winner of UCLA's Kenneth S. Washington Award for Outstanding Senior ... Began the season on the Mackey Award watch list ... Made two catches (13) against San Diego State ... Started at Tennessee, but did not make a catch ... Made two receptions against Kansas State (22) and had a touchdown grab wiped out by penalty ... Made three catches (40) at Stanford ... Caught two balls against Oregon (13) ... Made one grab versus Cal (13) ... Made two catches at Arizona (24) ... Started and made one reception at Oregon State (8) ... Caught one pass against Washington (13) ... Made two grabs at WSU (36), including a season-long 26-yarder ... Had one reception for no yards versus Arizona State ... Made one catch at USC (7) ... Started in the bowl win over Temple, but did not make a catch.

2008 - Appeared in all 12 games with two starts ... Led all Pac-10 tight ends with his 38 receptions and was 17th overall in the league in receiving (3.17/g) ... Second-team All-Pac-10 selection by the league's coaches ... Also earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic honors ... Offensive winner of UCLA's Paul I. Wellman Award for All-Around Excellence ... Led the team with three touchdown catches and was third on the team in receptions ... His 364 receiving yards were fourth on the squad ... His 38 catches were the most by a UCLA tight end since 2005, when Marcedes Lewis made a school-record 58 receptions and ranked fifth on the tight end list ... Caught a career-best seven passes against Tennessee, including a go-ahead three-yard scoring pass with 27 seconds remaining in regulation which put UCLA up 24-21 ... His seven catches were the most by a Bruin tight end since Marcedes Lewis caught seven balls versus Arizona State in 2005 ... Made three catches at BYU (26 yards) ... Also caught three balls versus Arizona ... Started against Fresno State and tied for the team lead with three catches for a team-high 52 yards, including one for 32 yards ... Made six receptions (57) and a career-best two for touchdowns - 15 yards in second quarter and 12 yards in third quarter ... Started and tied for the team lead at Oregon with six receptions for a team-high 63 yards, including a 39-yard catch-and-run to the one-yard line to set up UCLA's fourth quarter touchdown ... Made one catch (8) late in the winning touchdown drive against Stanford ... Made two catches at Cal (19) ... Caught three balls versus Oregon State (17) ... Made three receptions (38) at Washington ... Had one catch (11) at Arizona State ... Did not make a catch versus USC.

2007 - Missed the season for personal reasons.

2006 - Played in the first six of UCLA's 13 games before a leg injury ended his season early ... On the year, he made 12 receptions for 126 yards and one touchdown prior to his injury ... Moya started in the opener versus Utah as UCLA went with a two tight-end set ... Made one reception, a 16-yard touchdown catch to cap UCLA's first offensive possession of the year ... Did not make a reception versus Rice ... At Washington, he made two catches (11) ... Against Stanford, he made four catches (64), including receptions of 23 and 19 yards ... Against Arizona, he started in a two tight-end formation and made four receptions (34) ... At Oregon, he made one reception for one yard but suffered a fractured left fibula that sidelined him for the rest of the season.

2005 - As a true freshman, he appeared in all 12 games and started twice (Oklahoma and Arizona State) ... For the season, he made 10 receptions for 153 yards and two touchdowns ... Caught two balls in the opener at San Diego State ... Grabbed one pass (13) versus Rice ... Had one catch (11) against California ... Credited with one reception (7) at Washington State ... Scored the first touchdown of his career on a 48-yard catch-and-run versus Oregon State ... Caught one ball (7) at Arizona ... Had one catch against both Arizona State and USC ... In the Sun Bowl against Northwestern, his 58-yard catch-and-run for a touchdown aided UCLA's 22-point first half comeback.

HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered in football at Oak Ridge HS in El Dorado Hills, CA for coach Chris Jones ... Three-star selection by rivals.com ... Rated No. 12 nationally among tight ends by rivals.com ... Three-star selection by scout.com ... Played in the CaliFlorida All-Star Game ... As a senior, played in just six games due to a shoulder injury but still made 44 catches for 557 yards and 11 touchdowns ... Helped team to third consecutive CIF Section title ... Pre-season No. 90 player in West by scout.com ... As a junior, he made 37 receptions for 663 yards and nine touchdowns as a tight end and five sacks as a linebacker ... Two-time All-City, All-Conference and All-Section selection ... Chosen for National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in 2005 ...Lettered four years in basketball for coach Steve Scott ... Three-time All-Conference selection ... Named Conference MVP ... Three-time All-City selection ... Earned Coaches Award ... Played for the NorCal and State championship team in Division 2 ... Team won three conference championships ... Named his school's Athlete of the Year.

PERSONAL - Full Name: Ryan Christopher Moya ... Born: October 14, 1986 in San Jose, CA ... Parents: Ernest and Marcia Moya ... Has one brother, Eric ... Biggest thrill in sports was winning a third Section championship in football and his school's first-ever state basketball championship ... Lists Jerry Rice and Shannon Sharpe as the famous athletes he admires and patterns his style of play after ...Likes to play golf in his spare time ... Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2005, Winter 2006, Spring 2006, Spring 2007 and Fall 2008 ... History major.






































Receptions: 7 vs. Tennessee, 2008
Receiving Yards: 65 vs. Tennessee, 2008
Receiving Touchdowns: 2 vs. Washington State, 2008

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