I mean, he was great but it’s not a far-fetched take to think that right now he is borderline 1/2 receiver. His intangibles are ridiculous especially his center of gravity, balance and YAC/tackle breaking ability. But he definitely has work to do as a route runner if he wants to be considered a top tier wideout. I’d say he’s comfortably in the 2nd tier. Whether that’s a #1 or #2 I don’t know and I don’t think it matters. He can still become a top tier guy if he masters the route running aspect of it.
edit: I’ll add, to clarify, that I’m 100% comfortable with Moore as our best WR. If we still decide to draft another guy like Jeudy or something and have an elite pair, then great. But if not I don’t see any pressing need to add a WR to be a “#1.” A bigger possession guy for third downs and red zone, yes. But no need to spend big (money or draft pick) on someone to be the “#1.”
Dude was a top 10 NFL WR with Kyle Allen throwing him the ball. If the Panthers' organization feels he's "only" a #2 then it seems as if the Panthers' organization agrees with the Huddle's opinion that the only viable "#1 WRs" are mythological beasts the who consumes his opponents with fireballs from his eyes and bolts of lightning from his arse.