Gametape is there on both of them that warrant Top 10 talent. All it takes is Moore showing up at the combine weighing in under 250 and running an average 10 yard split. Then teams will be labeling him a "tweener" because he will need to add mass to play 4-3 DE at the next level but his short area quickness may be impacted. Teams may start seeing him as more of a 3-4 OLB if he has loose hips in position drills because that is where his game will translate at the size he played.
If Te'O shows up and runs a high 1.6 - 1.7 split & struggles in position drills, teams will start looking at his tape even closer and see how he faired against NFL draftable players. Questions could arise how he translates when OL, RBs, & TEs who have the same or better short area quickness are on the field. See how he covers NFL grade RBs & TEs. See how he gets off blocks of NFL grade players. Really look at his angles and see if his instincts & reads are a bigger part of his college success than his athletic ability.
We are talking about posible Top 10 talent guys falling into the 12-14 range as the process unfolds. That isn't a reach at all. I would be happy with either because I feel they both fit.