Rondale Moore’s draft stock is on the rise after his pro day after Purdue on Tuesday. The former Boilermaker wide receiver posted some ridiculous numbers that got everyone talking.

Purdue held its pro day on Tuesday, with all eyes on Moore, the former freshman All-American who led the B1G in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches during the 2018 season. It’s safe to say he lived up to the hype.

Moore posted a ridiculous 4.29 time in the 40-yard dash. That was the first achievement that had Moore trending on social media:

That wasn’t the only thing that had everyone talking, though.

Moore also had an incredible showing in the vertical jump. The 5-foot-7, 180-pound wide receiver posted a 42.5-inch in the drill, which also raised plenty of eyebrows.

Though he didn’t participate in the bench press during his pro day Tuesday, Moore did show a video of him throwing up the bar 24 times.

Moore has always been praised as one of the most versatile and athletic players in the 2021 NFL Draft. However, injuries over the last two seasons and questions about his frame have frequently popped up. It’s part of the reason why Mel Kiper Jr. does not have the former Boiler listed as a first-round projection in his mock draft.

But Moore might’ve quieted some of the doubters during his pro day.

It will be interesting to see where the former Purdue receiver lands during the NFL Draft next month.