Share This Profile
Share this profile on Facebook.
Link to this profile on LinkedIn.
Tweet this profile on Twitter.
Email a link to this profile.
See other services through which you can share this profile.
This profile was last updated on 4/17/15  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.



Employment History

68 Total References
Web References
Shawn ..., 17 April 2015 [cached]
Shawn Moore
Shawn Moore has been involved in the sports industry since his graduation from the University of Virginia in May of 1990. As a quarterback, Shawn held 41 school, ACC and NCAA individual records, and still holds many program records. After being voted 4th in Heisman balloting, Moore was drafted in the eleventh round by the Denver Broncos. He played as a quarterback for three seasons with the Broncos, before playing a year with the Arizona Cardinals. Moore then played with a number of Canadian Football League teams. After retiring from professional football, Shawn worked with a wide range of organizations such as the National Collegiate Athletic Association, USA Football, Howard University and St Albans School before returning to his alma mater UVA as a coach. Shawn is currently in negotiations with a start up company on a social media project.
The last time it has been ..., 11 Sept 2012 [cached]
The last time it has been worn was back in the 1980s by quarterback Shawn Moore, who went to be an All-American quarterback at the University of Virginia.
If anyone represents the golden days ..., 15 Jan 2010 [cached]
If anyone represents the golden days of Virginia's football program, other than coach George Welsh, it is Shawn Moore.
For the whippersnappers out there, Moore was the quarterback who led the Cavaliers to greatness from 1988 to 1990. As a senior, he led the ACC and nation in passing, while helping UVa attain the nation's No. 1 ranking for a three-week span. Those who covered the Cavaliers during that era remember Moore as a quarterback who could do it all. Not only was Moore an excellent passer, but he could run the football effectively, run the option, make good decisions, and was a strong leader. There's nothing Moore would like better than to see Virginia football return to glory. Now, he has a chance to do something about it. A face of the program As the newest member of coach Mike London's UVa staff, Moore could have a huge impact on the program, not only as a coach, but as a recruiter, as one of the main faces of the program.
One thing is certain: Virginia is fortunate to have Moore back in the program, and he's excited to be back. "I feel like a 12th-grade recruit coming into a new school again," Moore said Thursday. "This will be the third time I've moved to Charlottesville and I've never been more excited about coming back than this time because I feel like I get an opportunity to give back to the school that did so much for me during my collegiate and professional careers." A life in football For the past few years, Moore has been at St. Albans School in Washington, D.C., and has kept his hand in football almost ever since he left Charlottesville after graduation. He will gear up again at London's coaching staff meeting on Saturday, then begin work full-time early next week. "I'm assuming after the staff meeting [London] is going to want everyone out recruiting their butts off the next week or two," said the 41-year-old Moore.
Moore, a great ambassador for UVa over the years, is a charismatic figure. When he steps into a room, people notice. He's a natural recruiter, down to earth, well-spoken and savvy. No wonder high school coaches love the guy. "A lot of people have a lot of confidence in me in terms of my ability to recruit," Moore said. "I haven't done it, but I think it means something to go into an 18-year-old's living room with his parents and tell them, 'Hey, this is the experience I had ... I've experienced this here on Grounds at the University of Virginia.'" Since news leaked that Moore would be joining London's new staff, Moore has received numerous calls from high school coaches in the D.C. area congratulating him and pledging to help him. Since news leaked that Moore would be joining London's new staff, Moore has received numerous calls from high school coaches in the D.C. area congratulating him and pledging to help him.
Moore, who has helped coach at St. Albans, made a bold statement about the quality of football in that area. "I can't tell you how excited I am to come back here [to the D.C. area] and work with some of these high school coaches because football in the D.C. metropolitan area is just as good as football in the Tidewater area." A longtime friend of London's, Moore has never coached on the collegiate level, however, he played in the NFL and has spent time over the past two years working with some of the top high school quarterbacks in the country along with some of the top collegiate quarterback coaches in the country at something called Football University, where promising QBs can get additional training to hone their skills outside of high school ball. While his role on the UVa staff hasn't been defined in terms of whether he will coach quarterbacks or receivers, he's fine with it either way and has a load of ideas to help at either spot.
Shawn will move to Charlottesville, while Michael, described as "a very mature
Serving as an administrator and a coach in the D.C. area, and raising a son, Moore still found time to stay in touch with Virginia football and was often down for games, contributing to WINA's game-day coverage on occasion. Moore viewed the program as an outside critic, and now has the new perspective as a coach on the inside. So, what does he think it will take to restore UVa football to a contender in the ACC's Coastal Division? "I think we have to have consistency in terms of our philosophy," Moore said. "I think last year when we all heard that we were going to a spread offense, the initial thoughts were that we were excited because we had watched Texas Tech, West Virginia and some of the spread teams and said, 'Wow.' "Well, you have to have personnel to run that type of offense and you can look at [Virginia] teams over the last nine or 10 years and we've been really big up front, like 6-6, over 300 pounds. We've been known as 'Tight End U,' and we've always played tough, hard-nosed defense," Moore continued. "So, I think that is where we want to keep that run philosophy." Moore said that if he knows London like he thinks he does, and from previous conversations with his new boss, the former UVa QB star believes London wants a run-oriented team with a back that can carry the ball 20 to 25 times a game. He wants a tight end. He wants to use playmakers on either side. "That's the way you win football games," Moore said. - College Sports Stories-Osbourn QB commits to WVU, 15 June 2006 [cached]
Ex-Martinsville High School quarterback Shawn Moore, the ACC player of the year as a UVa senior in 1990, has resigned his position at USA Football to become a coach and administrator at St. Albans School in Washington, D.C., where he also will work with a support program for students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds.
Endzone's Denver Broncos Game-Used Marketplace, 7 Mar 2009 [cached]
I'm looking for memorabilia from Shawn Moore's time with the Broncos.
Other People with the name "Moore":
Other ZoomInfo Searches
Accelerate your business with the industry's most comprehensive profiles on business people and companies.
Find business contacts by city, industry and title. Our B2B directory has just-verified and in-depth profiles, plus the market's top tools for searching, targeting and tracking.
Atlanta | Boston | Chicago | Houston | Los Angeles | New York
Browse ZoomInfo's business people directory. Our professional profiles include verified contact information, biography, work history, affiliations and more.
Browse ZoomInfo's company directory. Our company profiles include corporate background information, detailed descriptions, and links to comprehensive employee profiles with verified contact information.