Kenny Moore II
is a cornerback for the Indianapolis Colts. He played college football at Valdosta State University and signed with the New England Patriots as an undrafted free agent in 2017.
In September 2017, the Indianapolis Colts signed Moore, and he made a substantial impact during his rookie year, finishing with 38 combined tackles, five pass deflections, and one interception. In 2018, Moore earned his spot as a starting cornerback, where he has been a constant for the Colts’ defense since. Moore was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week in Week 14 of 2020 after a performance of five solo tackles, one forced fumble, and recording a one-handed interception in the end zone. His versatility and playmaking ability have made him a top-ranked slot cornerback in the NFL. In 2021, Moore was named to his first career Pro Bowl after being only one of two defensive backs recording 100 tackles and at least ten passes defensed. In recognition of his dedication to community work off the field, Moore was named the Colts’ 2021 Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee, the highest honor in the NFL. In 2022, the Colts nominated Moore as a Defensive Team Captain.
Moore was born and raised in Valdosta, Georgia, where he played soccer, basketball, track and field, and football at Lowndes High School. He is a Board Member of A Kid Again, a charity organization that gives children facing life-threatening illnesses feel “normal” again through positive experiences and memories. In 2021, he established his own nonprofit, Love One, to instill confidence in children through new clothing, companionship, and providing other essential needs in both Valdosta and Indianapolis. Outside of football, he enjoys motorsports, visiting art museums while traveling, and photography.