Purdue WR Rondale Moore says he's back to 100 percent this spring
Rondale Moore is ready to make a difference on the field again. After missing most of the 2019 season due to a leg injury, the former freshman All-American wide receiver is ready to flash his talent.
After spending so much time on the sidelines, Moore says he’s back to full strength.
“I’m 100 percent,” Moore told Gold & Black Illustrated. “I’m feeling good.”
Moore played in just four games for the Boilermakers last season before suffering an knee injury against Minnesota that kept him sidelined for the remainder of the year. He had 29 catches for 387 yards and two touchdowns.
Adding Moore back into the mix offensively is certainly a huge boost for the Boilermakers, loading them with even more talent at the wide receiver position. With David Bell and Amad Anderson Jr. both returning, Purdue could have one of the best groups in the B1G.
Purdue’s offense struggled early without Moore on the field at times, but seemed to pick up steam as the year went along. The passing attack was the most prolific in the conference, but an awful ground game hindered the Boilers at times. With Moore’s versatility, he should allow the Boilers to open the offensive playbook up a little more and improve the rushing attack in 2020.
The Boilers are coming off a 4-8 season in 2019.