Two more of the country's top college football players decided yesterday to make themselves available for the NFL draft.
All-American wide receiver Herman Moore of Virginia, who had 54 catches and 13 touchdowns last season, said he has nothing more to prove at the collegiate level and is going pro. The 6-5 Moore will graduate in May.
Joining him in the draft is Tennessee tailback Chuck Webb, who has two seasons of eligibility remaining. Webb missed 11 games last season with a knee injury.
Newspapers said Tennessee recruiters have told running back recruits of Webb's decision to turn pro.