Rondale Moore took the college football world by storm his freshman season, being named the first freshman to an All-American Team since Adrian Peterson.
One of the most explosive players in the nation, Rondale was headed for huge numbers again last season, where he was on pace for over 1500 yards, before his season ending injury against Missouri. One single play shaped the rest of Purdue Football’s season as he and Elijah Sindelar ended their year on that play.
People have not forgotten about Rondale Moore though. The projected first round pick has been named a pre-season All-American by the Walter Camp Foundation.
Rondale Moore has been named a Preseason All-American by the Walter Camp Football Foundation. pic.twitter.com/6xf5FQFo7p— ISC Purdue (@ISC_PU) June 11, 2020
The question lies, how will the plethora of weapons at Coach Brohm’s finger tips hurt his production? We also have returning Freshman All American Wide Receiver David Bell. But, there are targets to be handed out with departure of Brycen Hopkins.
Rondale Moore will have another productive season in my eyes. The pass happy offense has plenty of weapons, but there is only one predicted first round pick on the offense and that is Moore.
Don’t be surprised to see him moved around in the back field and run Jet Sweeps. Mr. Do it All is back and we need him back badly.