Rondale Moore has been special for Purdue. In just four games this season, he’s captivated audiences across the B1G and the nation with some of his incredible performances.

The freshman wide receiver was spectacular again in Purdue’s 30-13 win over Boston College Saturday. Moore had eight catches for 110 yards and two touchdowns for the Boilermakers, including a tremendous 70-yard reception.

He also had two kick returns for 22 yards and two punt returns totaling 25 yards.

For his effort, Moore was named to the Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll in Week 4, making his second honor of the season. He also received recognition after totaling 313 all-purpose yards against Northwestern in Week 1, a program record.

Moore is currently the B1G’s leading wide receiver, hauling in 33 receptions for 372 yards and four touchdowns. He’s also the conference’s leader in all-purpose yards with 732.

The Paul Hornung Award recognizes the most versatile player in college football. Through the first four weeks of the season, Moore has certainly demonstrated he belongs in the conversation.