2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about RONDALE MOORE: Purdue, 5070 185 4.32. Junior entry, played in 20 career games, New Albany, IN. Burst onto the scene as a true freshman in 2018, putting together one of the best seasons of all time in NCAA history by a first-year player. He was a first-team All America and winner of the Paul Hornung Award. His 114 catches were just the third time in Big 10 history a player finished with over 100 receptions in a season. That was the last time Moore played more than four games in a season, however. He injured his knee and hamstring in 2019 and played in just three games after initially opting out of the 2020 season before coming back. Much of Moore’s grade will revolve around projection, but there is no denying the fact that he has elite burst, speed, and quickness. In addition, he is a football-junkie and intelligent kid that truly loves the game. While the risk with a player like this is high, his versatile contributions to a team that has a creative mind running the show on offense is sky-high. He will need specific roles and plays made for him and if he can develop the skill set at receiver accordingly, he will be a big-time playmaker. A gifted athlete on every spectrum. Has the blazing long speed to run away from defenders in space. Has elite quickness and agility to make defenders miss in a phone booth. Possesses top shelf explosion and burst to create separation. Smart player who loves the game. Shows a deep understanding of opposing defenses and angles. Can anticipate space and create with just a small amount of it. A true threat to score every time he touches the ball. Can be moved around the offense. Has played from the slot, on the outside, and in the backfield. A pure hands catcher that will rarely let it hit the turf. Competitive and hungry mindset. Limitations will come from his lack of height and reach. Can be hard to find in traffic. Won’t get up and over defenders often. Ran a limited route tree in college which will add to the experience concerns. Missed most of 2019 with a non-contact knee injury and added just three games to the resume in 2020. Will have the occasional concentration drop. 2020 stats (3 games): 35-270, 7.7 ypr, 0 TD. Second/third round. (A-28 1/4, H-8 3/4, VJ-42.5, SS-4.10).