Where did Jeremiah Moon attend college?

Jeremiah Moon

Former Florida linebacker Jeremiah Moon, who went undrafted in the 2022 NFL Draft, is ready to sign a contract with the Baltimore Ravens. He currently plays as a linebacker for the team.

Moon originally signed with the Gators as a four-star prospect from Hoover High School in Alabama, a powerhouse in high school football, under previous head coach Jim McElwain.

Jeremiah Moon
Jeremiah Moon

As a true freshman, Moon played in the team’s first two games and recorded three tackles.
However, he then sustained a season-ending injury and elected to wear a medical redshirt.

He came back in 2017 and took on a bigger role for a 4-7 Florida team, playing in 10 games and starting five of them. He recorded 23 tackles (one for a loss) and a half-sack overall.

As a redshirt sophomore in 2018, he participated in every game, but this time, he only got into four starts. Nevertheless, he increased his output, finishing with 31 tackles, a sack, and a tackle for loss.

Despite playing in nine games before his redshirt junior season was cut short by a season-ending injury, Moon did so this time (starting eight of them). Although he only made 31 tackles once more, he recorded career highs in tackles for loss (6.5) and sacks this time (3.5).