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2021 NFL Draft Profile: Rondale Moore

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Where will Mr. Do It All land?

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We have seen it first hand.

Rondale Moore is a playmaker.

With the NFL Draft just a week away, Rondale Moore is projected to hear his name on the first or second day of the NFL Draft.

Ideally, Rondale will go to a team that is creative on offense and will work to get him the ball in a variety of ways. He can line up all over on offense and of course can be used in the return game as well.

There are some red flags that have risen for NFL Teams with Rondale though. He measured in at only 5-7, 2 inches shorter than many thought. As well as some injury concerns, as he battled the hamstring issue in most of 2019, then early 2020 before coming back mid season during the Covid year.

Though with a couple of those red flags, he has so many positive attributes, they completely outweigh what some are worried about.

The former All-American could be considered the most electric player in the NFL Draft. But, he has only played in seven games since his freshmen year at Purdue. His sub 4.4 speed and ridiculous strength for his size, opens eyes though.

If he can stay healthy, he could be the steal of the draft and have the potential to really be a gamebreaker in the NFL.

Overall, one of the best Purdue Football Players in the last 20 years should have a solid NFL Career and be drafted early.

Prediction:

Draft: Late Round 1 - Late Round 2

Potential Teams: Jaguars (Late Round 1), Jets (Early Round 2), Packers (Late Round 1), Bucs (Late Round 1), Titans (Mid Round 2), Eagles (Round 2)

Measurables: 5-7, 180 Pounds, 4.29 40 yard dash, 42.5 inch vertical

Career Stats: 178 Catches, 1915 yards, 14 touchdowns, 30 carries, 248 yards, 3 touchdowns, 10.8 yards per touch (catches and rushes)