You may be the one in the minority on this one.
It started out strong, until Hurst got injured, Erving, Ogbuehi, Scherff, and Collins all returned to school. Plus, the knee issues on Kouandjio and Tiny.
Actually, his ascent began at the senior bowl. Prior to that he seemed to be a consensus 3rd rounder. But after people got a chance to check him out and evaluate him in the game, he shot up the boards. Happens all the time as analysts take a closer look at players. As he's been run through the paces, analysts clearly feel he's a late 1st or early 2nd talent. Sure, if those other guys were in the draft/not injured the whole draft board would look different, but their not, so their not relevant. Moses' ranking isn't in relation to other OT's, it's based on where analysts feel his talent level fits within the entire draft class. So no, he would not be a reach for us at all at 28.