Purdue WR Rondale Moore makes decision on 2020 B1G season
Rondale Moore will spend one more season with Purdue after all.
On Thursday, Moore made an appearance on ESPN’s College Football Live to announce that he’s opting back in on the college football season. He makes his decision after initially declaring for the 2021 NFL Draft in August.
Moore decided to opt out due to the uncertainty about the B1G season. But with rapid testing, the approval of a nine-game schedule and a start date set for Oct. 24, the dynamic playmaker decided to rejoin the Boilermakers.
Shortly after Moore made the announcement, head coach Jeff Brohm released a statement.
— Jeff Brohm (@JeffBrohm) September 24, 2020
Moore burst onto the college football season as a true freshman in 2018. He was the B1G Freshman of the Year, B1G Wide Receiver of the Year and an All-American selection after totaling 2,215 all-purpose yards, 1,258 receiving yards and 14 total touchdowns.
Last year, Moore’s season was cut short after suffering an injury in the fourth game of the season against Minnesota.
Now, Moore gets one more opportunity to prove he’s the best receiver in the college game and help Purdue bounce back following a 4-8 season.