Ever since he first touched a football Purdue, Rondale Moore was known to be a special player. Now that his time has come to an end in West Lafayette, there’s an expectation for him to have success at the next level.

Moore was one of the most explosive players at the college level when he was healthy. He’s considered one of the top wide receiver prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft class, a year in which there are a plethora of talented players at the position.

But there are some concerns about his size, standing at just 5-foot-9. Moore doesn’t think his height matters in having success at the NFL level.

“I think winning on the inside, winning on the outside is all up to the player. I don’t think size or anything like that really matters,” Moore told Pro Football Focus. “I mean, I think if you have enough tools in the toolbox, you’re crafty enough, your intellect of the game is high enough, you know what’s going on, you can compete for those 50-50 [balls], you can run by guys.

“So, I think if you have all those intangibles, it doesn’t matter if you’re 6-foot-5 or if you’re 5-foot-10. For me, I think it’s just a mentality.”

Moore appeared in 3 games for Purdue during the 2020 season, totaling 35 receptions for 270 yards and taking 6 carries for 32 yards and a touchdown. He only played in four games in 2019, piling up 387 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 29 catches.

As a true freshman, Moore ended the 2018 campaign with 1,258 yards and 12 touchdowns on 114 catches while adding 213 yards and 2 touchdowns on the ground and accounting for 744 yards on kickoff and punt returns.

Moore was the B1G Freshman of the Year, the B1G Receiver of the Year and an All-American following the 2018 season.