|Hometown:||Los Angeles, CA|
2010 - Started all 12 games ... Season captain ... Named first-team All-America by The Sporting News ... Third-team Associated Press All-American ... Fourth-team Phil Steele All-American ... Third on the team in tackles (77) and 17th (tied) in the Pac-10 (6.4 avg.) ... One of 10 Thorpe Award semifinalist ... Phil Steele Mid-Season All-American ... Named to the Nagusrski Trophy, Lott Trophy and Bednarik Award watch lists ... One of just three All-Pac-10 first-team performers to repeat from 2009 ... Made seven tackles in the opener at Kansas State ... Credited with seven tackles and broke up a pass against Stanford ... Collected his 14th career interception, tied for fourth on the all-time UCLA list, against Houston which led to a Bruin touchdown ... Totaled eight tackles, one for loss, and broke up a pass at Texas ... Had two tackles and was in on a fourth-down goalline stop which kept the score at 28-all and changed the momentum of the game ... Tied his career high with nine tackles at Cal ... Shared the team lead at Oregon with eight stops ... Matched his career high with nine tackles, one for loss, against Arizona and also recovered a fumble ... Made four stops versus Oregon State ... Tied for the team lead with eight tackles at Washington ... Made four tackles and broke up two passes at Arizona State ... Credited with eight tackles against USC.
2009 - Started all 13 games at free safety ... Led the nation with 10 interceptions ... Selected first-team All-America by scout.com, second-team by Walter Camp Foundation, AP, rivals.com and si.com ... Third-team All-America pick by The Sporting News and Phil Steele ... First-team All-Pac-10 selection by league's coaches ... Named Pac-10 Defensive MVP by The Sporting News and first-team all-league ... Named co-defensive winner of UCLA's Henry R. 'Red' Sanders Award for Most Valuable Player ... Received high honorable mention for Thorpe Award ... His total of 10 interceptions ranked No. 2 (Carlton Gray - 11 in 1991) on school single-season list ... No player in the Football Bowl Subdivision had made 10 interceptions in a season since 2003 ... His interception average of 0.77/g led the nation ... Ranked second in NCAA and first in Pac-10 in passes defensed (1.31) ... Recorded three interceptions in season opener against San Diego St. to tie school single-game mark -- Ron Carver (1971), Craig Rutledge (1986), Darryl Henley (1986) ... Moore was named Walter Camp Foundation National Defensive Player of the Week ... Made two interceptions at Tennessee and had a third erased by penalty ... Totaled six tackles and was credited with an assist on the third down play during the goal line stand in the fourth quarter ... Registered four tackles and defensed three passes against Kansas St. ... Suffered a mild concussion in second quarter at Stanford and was forced to the sidelines ... Had one tackle against Oregon ... Led team with a career-best matching nine stops versus Cal, 1.0 for loss ... Made two first-half interceptions to stop a pair of potential scoring drives at Arizona (at the seven and one-yard lines) ... Made seven tackles at Oregon St. ... Recorded two tackles, one for loss, and a game-clinching interception with 54 seconds remaining against Washington ... Made ninth pick of the year at Washington St. ... Three tackles against Arizona St. ... Totaled seven stops, one for loss, at USC ... Made four tackles and his 10th interception of the season in bowl win over Temple.
2008 - Starter in all 12 games at free safety ... Fourth on squad with 60 tackles ... Tied for 11th in Pac-10 in interceptions (0.25) and tied for team lead with three ... Tied for sixth in Pac-10 in fumbles recovered (0.17) ... Named to rivals.com All-Pac-10 Freshman team ... CollegeFootballNews.com honorable mention Freshman All-American ... Earned Pac-10 honorable mention honors from coaches ... Defensive co-winner of UCLA's John Boncheff, Jr. Memorial Award for Rookie of the Year ... Became the first true freshman to start a season-opener on offense or defense since Matt Ware (CB) in 2001 ... Had two tackles and a fumble recovery ... Made eight tackles at BYU, plus first interception ... Six tackles against Arizona ... Two stops vs. Fresno St. ... Four tackles versus Washington St. ... Two tackles at Oregon ... Five stops vs. Stanford ... Led Bruins with nine tackles at Cal ... Credited with four stops, an interception and fumble recovery vs. Oregon St. ... Led team with six tackles at Washington and made third interception ... Four tackles at Arizona St. ... Led team with eight tackles against USC.
HIGH SCHOOL - Lettered four years in football for coach Knox at Dorsey High School in Los Angeles ... Played defensive back and receiver ... Five stars from scout.com ... Ranked No. 2 nationally and No. 1 in the West and in California at safety by scout.com ... PrepStar Dream Team selection ... Played in U.S. Army All-Star Game ... Four stars from rivals.com ... Named All-State first-team by Cal-Hi Sports ... Member of Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West squad (No. 4) ... Helped Dorsey reach City Section semifinals ... As a senior, made 112 tackles, eight interceptions, 10 deflections and three fumble recoveries ... Made 15 catches for 339 yards and six scores on offense ... As a junior, recorded 122 tackles and seven interceptions ... As a sophomore, he made 99 tackles and eight interceptions ... Also lettered in track ... As a senior, he finished third in 400 meter event at the CIF L.A. City Section Finals ... Three-time league champ in the 400 meters.
PERSONAL - Full Name: Rahim Shaheed Moore ... Born: February 11, 1990 in Los Angeles, CA ... Parents: Rodney Moore and Nowana Buchanan ... Has one sister, Duraisha, and one brother, Rasheed ... Lists NFL star Ed Reed as the athlete he admires the most ... Hobbies include working out and shopping ... His diet includes no soda, candy or fast food ... Director's Honor Roll in Fall 2009 ... Sociology major.
Tackles: 9 multiple times, last vs. Arizona, 2010