Lonnie Moore IV

Lonnie Moore IV, WR, Monmouth

Jersey No.: 2
Ht: 5’9”
Wt: 180 lbs.
Hometown: Sicklerville, New Jersey
Born: November 9, 1997

Scouting Report: One of the best wide receivers and kick returners in Monmouth Football history…capable of a big play at any time anywhere on the field…dangerous in space…plays bigger than his frame…makes contested catches…hard worker, tremendous character and great teammate.

2021 Highlights

2019 Highlights

Monmouth’s all-time leader in kickoff return yards

Three-time First Team All-Big South selection
10 career 100-yard receiving games (third most at Monmouth)
213 career receptions (second most at Monmouth)
2,756 receiving yards (third most at Monmouth)
4,880 all-purpose yards (second most at Monmouth)

2021 (Fifth Year Senior)

  • Started all 11 games as a senior
  • Led Monmouth in receptions (73), reception yardage (800) and touchdowns (6)
  • Finished second in all-purpose yards per game in the Big South
  • Was first in receptions per game, second in reception yards per game in the conference
  • Had four 100-yard receiving games
  • Recorded 231 all-purpose yards against North Alabama (11/6), earning him Big South Player of the Week
  • Also had three TD catches against the Lions
  • Had 198 all-purpose yards against Kennesaw State (11/20)
  • His 1,447 all-purpose yards was eighth-most in school history
  • Recorded seven catches for 115 yards and a TD against Campbell (10/16)


 Spring 2021 (Senior)

  • Appeared three games, missing one due to injury
  • First Team All-Big South selection at wide receiver
  • Finished with 22 receptions for 295 yards and three touchdowns
  • Averaged 13.2 yards per catch
  • Had eight catches for 132 yards and two touchdowns in win over Kennesaw State (4/10)
  • Recorded 88 yards on eight catches in Monmouth’s FCS playoff game against Sam Houston (4/17)


2019 (Junior)

  • Started all 14 games at wide receiver as a junior
  • First Team All-Big South selection at wide receiver
  • Led Monmouth in receiving yards with 1,022 on 74 receptions
  • Tied a single-season team record with 74 receptions
  • Finished third in the Big South in all-purpose yards, averaging 118.9 yards per game
  • Had 114 rushing yards on seven carries
  • Finished with four 100+ yard receiving performances
  • Recorded at least one catch in every contest
  • Had a career-high 122 yards on seven receptions against Lafayette (9/7)
  • Had nine receiving touchdowns, including two games with multiple TD receptions
  • Had 116 kick return yards on four returns in the win over Albany (9/14)
  • His 27.8 kick return average was the third highest in school history 


2018 (Sophomore)

  • Started in all eight games he played in 2018
  • Finished third on the team in receiving yards with 292
  • Also ranked third in receptions with 22
  • Had a career-high 107 receiving yards on six receptions, including a 63-yard catch in the win against Presbyterian (10/27)
  • Had 65-yards on four kick returns on the season


2017 (Redshirt Freshman):

  • Appeared in all 12 games at wide receiver
  • Finished second on the team in receiving yards with 347 and one touchdown
  • Also had 52 yards rushing and a touchdown on the season
  • Had 22 receptions, which is fourth on the Hawks
  • Set a Monmouth single-season record with 657 kickoff return yards on 30 returns
  • Finished second on the team in all-purpose yards with 1,056
  • Had 86 yards on three receptions in a win over Holy Cross (10/7)
  • Scored his first collegiate touchdown reception in the NCAA Playoff game against UNI (11/25)


2016 (Freshman):

  • Did not see time as a true Freshman


High School

  • Played wide receiver under John Doherty at Paul VI High School
  • Rated as a three-star athlete by 247 Sports
  • Non-Public All-State selection as a senior
  • Also returned kicks and played defensive back for the Eagles
  • Three-time first team all-conference selection
  • Finished career with 2,111 receiving yards on 112 receptions
  • Also had 1,000+ rushing yards
  • Recorded 32 total touchdowns
  • Second Team All-South Jersey selection as a junior



  • Son of Lonnie III and Shante Moore
  • Graduated in January 2022 with BA in Communications & Political Science