In his first collegiate game, Rondale Moore has etched his name in the Purdue record books.

Moore, a former 4-star prospect, suited up for his first career game on Thursday night as the Boilermakers battled Northwestern. And the highly-touted prospect didn’t disappoint in his first appearance, breaking the school’s single-game all-purpose record.

And he did it with nearly a quarter left in the game.

Just three minutes into the fourth quarter, Moore had recorded 313 all-purpose yards, a record for the Boilermakers.

He also accounted for the first two touchdowns for Purdue.

It took Moore one game to prove why he’s such a talented and exciting player. He’s going to do a lot of damage during his career in West Lafayette.