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Name: *Rondale Moore (+) Coming off Sept 2019 Leg INJ
College: Purdue     Number: 4
Height: 5-09   Weight: 180
Position: WR  Pos2: KR
Class/Draft Year: rSo/2021

40 Low: 4.24
   40 Time: 4.30
  40 High: 4.39
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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: 08-04-20 - Announced Opt out of Season/Early Entry into 2021 NFL Draft...PWCamp1st/PBiletnikoff/PHornung/PMaxwell...2019: (+) Coming off Sept 2019 Leg INJ...P1stDS/PWCamp/PHornung/PBiletnikoff/PMaxwell...Redshirted w/29-387-13.3-2 rec, 3-3-1.0-0 rush, 5-36-5.6-0 PR, 9-151-16.8-0 KR in 4 gms, missed rest of season due to knee injury suffered vs Minnesota in '19. Paul Hornung Award Winner (Most Versatile), AP 1st team All-American All-Purpose, FWAA 1st team All-American All-Purpose, ESPN 1st team All-American All-Purpose, Sporting News 2nd team All-American ATH, SI.com 1st team All-American All-Purpose, USA Today 1st team All-American All-Purpose, FWAA Freshman All-American, 247 Sports Freshman All-American, Big Ten WR of YR, Big Ten FOY, 1st team All-Big Ten WR/RS, Media 1st team All-Big Ten WR, Media 2nd team All-Big Ten RS, AP Big Ten Newcomer of YR, AP 1st team All-Big Ten WR, All-Purpose w/114-1258-11.0-12 rec, 21-213-10.1-2 rush, 0-1 pass, 12-82-6.8-0 PR, 33-662-20.1-0 KR in 10 sts, 13 gms in '18.

 *Rondale Moore, Purdue, Player News

  09/17/20 - WR *Rondale MoorerSo/2021, Purdue, 5-09, 180 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Could Rondale Moore decide to opt back in now that the once postponed Big Ten season is back on? Don't completely rule it out. Purdue coach Jeff Brohm didn't close the door on the talented receiver, who played in just 17 games the last two seasons, reversing his decision and coming back to join the Boilermakers. "First of all, we're going to support any decision he wants to make in going forward and the avenue he wants to go," Brohm said when asked if Moore might return. "But yes, it's something we're definitely going to look into and see where that goes."

As deflating as Moore's announcement to opt-out and begin training for the NFL was to the fan base, his return would provide a significant boost - both on the field and in general interest - for the program. Moore called the decision to leave the Boilermakers on Aug. 6 "bittersweet" but felt given "the unprecedented circumstances we are currently living in, the best choice for my family is to opt out of the upcoming season and prepare for the NFL Draft." - Journal and Courier


(DS#4 WR) rSo/2021 WR *Rondale MoorePurdue
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  08/06/20 - WR *Rondale MoorerSo/2021, Purdue, 5-09, 180 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  All-American receiver Rondale Moore of Purdue says he will opt out of this college football season and will prepare to enter next year's NFL draft. Moore made the announcement with a farewell note posted on Twitter. The 5-foot-9, 180-pound junior became one of the most electrifying players in the country two years ago when he caught 114 passes for 1,254 yards and 12 touchdowns. He also had 21 carries for 213 yards and two more scores and helped the Boilermakers pull off a stunning upset of then top-ranked Ohio State. His reward - first team All-American honors as an all-purpose player. Moore entered last season billed as a potential Heisman Trophy candidate. But after being hobbled early that season with a hamstring injury, he hurt it again in the Boilermakers fourth game and missed the rest of the season. It turned out to be his final appearance in a Purdue uniform. Moore wrote that is on course to graduate in December. - AP College Football

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  07/28/20 - WR *Rondale MoorerSo/2021, Purdue, 5-09, 180 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON WALTER CAMP FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: KR Rondale Moore, Purdue,...Moore earned the recognition despite appearing in only four games last season. As a true freshman in 2018, Moore won the Paul Hornung Award as the nation's most versatile player, was a consensus All-American and the Big Ten Freshman and Wide Receiver of the Year. He broke the school record for all-purpose yards (2,215) in his rookie season. Despite playing in merely 17 collegiate games thus far, Moore already ranks among the top 20 players in school history in receptions (143, 14th), receiving yards (1,645, 20th), receiving touchdowns (14, t-15th), all-purpose yards (2,792, 20th) and kickoff return yards (813, 16th). - Purdue Football

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  07/26/20 - WR *Rondale MoorerSo/2021, Purdue, 5-09, 180 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: WR Rondale Moore, Purdue,...Moore was off to a fast start to the 2019 season, hauling in 29 receptions for 387 yards and two touchdowns, before missing the final eight games due to injury. Moore was electric as a true freshman in 2018, wrapping up the season with 114 receptions for 1,258 yards and 12 touchdown catches. His 14 total scores on the year tied for eighth in school history. Moore broke the single-season (2,215) and individual game (313) school records for all-purpose yards. - Purdue Football

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  07/25/20 - WR *Rondale MoorerSo/2021, Purdue, 5-09, 180 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON PAUL HORNUNG AWARD WATCH LIST: Rondale Moore, Purdue,...Moore is on the watch lists of three major national awards, as well, having been cited as a player to keep tabs on by the Biletnikoff Award last week... Started four games in 2019 before injury...Had 29 receptions for 387 yards and two touchdowns...Returned nine kickoffs for 151 yards...Recorded 11 receptions for 124 yards and a touchdown at Nevada on Aug. 30. - Purdue Football

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  07/20/20 - WR *Rondale MoorerSo/2021, Purdue, 5-09, 180 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Rondale Moore, Purdue,...Moore was off to a fast start to the 2019 season, hauling in 29 receptions for 387 yards and two touchdowns, before missing the final eight games due to injury. Moore was electric as a true freshman in 2018, wrapping up the season with 114 receptions for 1,258 yards and 12 touchdown catches. His 14 total scores on the year tied for eighth in school history. Moore broke the single-season (2,215) and individual game (313) school records for all-purpose yards.

Moore was named the first true freshman consensus All-American in Big Ten history in 2018, while also winning the Paul Hornung Award as the nation's most versatile player. He was voted the Big Ten Wide Receiver and Freshman of the Year, and first-team All-Big Ten as both a wide receiver and kick returner. - Purdue Football


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  07/10/20 - WR *Rondale MoorerSo/2021, Purdue, 5-09, 180 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  When Rondale Moore injured his hamstring last season against Minnesota, which forced him to miss the final eight games of the season, college football lost one of its most electric players. Not having the first consensus true freshman All-American in Big Ten history was too much for the team to absorb, along with a rash of injuries on offense. Moore's healthy now, and participated in Purdue's spring practices before COVID-19 shut them down. Jack Plummer and Aidan O'Connell manned the QB spot for most of the season after Eljiah Sindelar was hurt. Sindelar graduated and won't return, and Purdue brought in UCLA transfer Austin Burton to compete with Plummer and O'Connell for the starting job. Whomever wins the spot must get Moore back to the explosive, playmaking heights of his freshman season. Moore is projected as one of the top wide receiver prospects in the 2021 NFL draft, so it is likely his last season in West Lafayette. If the quarterback does his job, Moore should make defensive coordinators nervous all season. - Wisconsin State Journal

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  05/25/20 - WR *Rondale MoorerSo/2021, Purdue, 5-09, 180 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  From a statistical standpoint, it will be hard to match his freshman season since Purdue has more weapons on offense (David Bell, Milton Wright, etc.) and spread the production around. However, the additional weapons should give Moore some freedom since defenses need to respect the other players on the field. Yes, this should be his last year in college. He's on track to graduate and head to the NFL. - Lafayette Journal & Courier

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  05/07/20 - WR *Rondale MoorerSo/2021, Purdue, 5-09, 180 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Next year's NFL Draft - particularly the first round - is expected to have some local flavor in it. New Albany native and Purdue sophomore Rondale Moore will very likely hear commissioner Roger Goodell call his name next April in Cleveland. The standout wide receiver/kicker returner, who had an All-American freshman season with the Boilermakers before being hampered by a leg injury as a sophomore, is a projected first-round pick. In a recent scan of a handful of mock drafts, all five had Moore among the top 30 selections next year.

Last season Moore played in only four games, after suffering an injury in the team's Big 10 opener, finishing with 29 receptions for 387 yards - an average of 13.3 yards per catch and 96.8 yards per game - and two TDs. He, however, appeared to be fully healthy for Purdue's spring practices, before they were canceled due to the coronavirus. "I feel good. I'm at 100 percent," Moore said in early March. "I've just been trying my best to become better." And he continues to work. Earlier this week Chris Vaughn, the founder and CEO of Aspirations Fitness Institution in Louisville, tweeted a video of Moore bench-pressing 405 pounds. "Are we really going to debate who the top receiver in the country is?" read the tweet, which also challenged every wide receiver in the nation to match the lift. "Prerequisite[,] make sure you led the nation in catches as a true freshman and were a consensus All American." - News and Tribune


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  05/01/20 - WR *Rondale MoorerSo/2021, Purdue, 5-09, 180 (DS#4 WR) + More +

  Purdue has promoted Domenic Reno to the director of football strength and conditioning. Reno replaces Justin Lovett, who left the program to become the head strength coach for the Los Angeles Rams. Reno is in his fourth season with the Boilermakers, previously serving as the senior associate director of football strength and conditioning starting in 2017 when coach Jeff Brohm took over the program. Reno has worked with Brohm for seven consecutive seasons. "Dom has earned this role and is the perfect fit to lead our strength and conditioning program," Brohm said in a statement. "He has a wealth of experience and expertise in training and developing elite athletes, both in the professional and collegiate ranks. He has worked within our system for several years now and is very familiar with our program and the players. We know he will do a great job." Reno was named the 2017 National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year. The award considers all assistant coaches working across the country in collegiate athletics. - Journal and Courier

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