Rondale Moore Scouting Report

One of the most electrifying receivers in college, Rondale Moore from Purdue could end up being one of the most slept-on prospects as well. While only playing 7 games in the last two seasons due to injuries, when Moore is healthy he puts on a show averaging 95.8 yards per game in his career along with 8.9 receptions. Freshman year, Moore was a consensus all-American, becoming the first player to do so since Adrian Peterson was at Oklahoma in 2004, which is a pretty big deal. After such a storied freshman year, injuries hit Moore like a ton of bricks, and after just four games he missed the rest of his 2019 season with a nasty hamstring injury, and the following year after just three games Moore’s 2020 season was ended by an unspecified lower-body injury. 

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