RANK

23

TEAM DRAFTED

POSITION RANK

4

2021 DRAFT ROUND

EVAL GRADE

Potential Upside

OVERALL PICK #

Football Scout 365

Rondale Moore

WR

Purdue

EVALUATION GRADE DEFINITIONS

INSTANT IMPACT PLAYER

The prospect has consistently performed at the highest level in big moments vs. top competition. The player is an elite athlete, with elite traits that are apparent when watching his film. The player consistently demands an opponent's attention, which opens up opportunities for his teammates to thrive. He makes his team better by just being on the field.

POTENTIAL UPSIDE

The player produced at an above-average to elite level against top competition but sometimes lacked consistency. The player performed at an elite level vs. average competition but often disappeared against top competition or did not compete in a division with high-level competition. The player needs to develop their skill set further. The margin for improvement may vary. The player possesses all of the physical tools but lacked development in high school and college that an NFL level coach could develop. The player might lack certain physical tools needed in specific NFL schemes. The player might have lacked a work ethic or needs to improve attention to detail.

DEVELOPMENTAL

The player produced at an above-average to elite level against top competition but sometimes lacked consistency. The player performed at an elite level vs. average competition but often disappeared against top competition or did not compete in a division with high-level competition. The player needs to develop their skill set further. The margin for improvement may vary. The player possesses all of the physical tools but lacked development in high school and college. The player might be considered scheme dependent.

FOOTBALL SCOUT 365 CHALK BOARD

MEASUREABLES

Height

Weight

5'9"

175 lbs

Year

Junior

40 Time

Vertical

Broad

SCOUTING REPORT

We have compared Rondale Moore to Tyreek Hill, Steve Smith JR, Tyler Lockett, and Saquon Barkley. Moore defines speed in space, but he also defies logic at 5-9 180lbs; he reportedly can squat 600lbs, and it shows on the field. When he is not making a defender miss in a phone booth, he has the power to run through tackles. Moore can lineup all over the formation. He can flex out wide, in the slot, or the backfield. He is a good route runner. He is also a dynamic special teams player. The only knock is his health post-injury. It feels like forever since his incredible 2018 season, where he compiled 2000+ all-purpose yards. He did make his way back in 2020, and while he was not 100%, he showed once again why we believe he is worthy of being a first-round pick.