Rondale Moore is having an amazing season in his first season with the Boilermakers.

Though just a freshman, the speedy receiver has been an impressive weapon for Purdue. He burst onto the scene in the first game of the season and never looked back.

Moore has also eclipsed the 100-yard mark against Indiana, marking the seventh time he has surpassed 100 yards in a game this season. Entering the fourth quarter, Moore has 11 catches, 137 yards, and 2 TDs against the Hoosiers.

That makes Moore just the third player in Purdue history to post seven, 100-yard games in a season:

Maybe even more impressive, Moore went over 100 catches on the season during the game against Indiana. He becomes just the third player in B1G history to go over 100 catches along with Purdue’s Chris Daniels and Illinois’ David Williams. Daniels’ 121 catches in 1999 are the single-season record for the conference:

After reaching some incredibly impressive milestones as a freshman, there’s no denying Moore has a bright future still ahead of him.