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  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


(DS#8 WR) rSo/2021 WR *Rondale MoorePurdue
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