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Rondale Moore 2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report
Name: Rondale Moore
Weight: 180 lbs (pro day)
Overall Rank: No. 74 overall
Position Rank: WR10
Strengths: An elite speed weapon in the receiving and return game, Moore is a dynamic runner with excellent field vision and an ability to shake defenders in space. Moore can eat up a cushion from cornerbacks and is excellent at taking advantage of what space exists. He’s an amazing runner with the ball in his hands thanks to speed, agility and field vision. Moore can be utilized from the backfield, from the slot and in the return game. He’ll be viewed as an offensive weapon more than a wide receiver for most teams.
Weaknesses: Injury history is a concern for Moore who missed all but four games of the 2019 college football season due to a hamstring injury. He’s undersized at 5’7” and 181 pounds and may be viewed as a slot-only receiver and return man. Limited reps and experience have left Moore with an underdeveloped route tree. He doesn’t have the size or length to be a threat against press or contested coverage.
What I Love: Moore is one of the most electric playmakers in college football when healthy. Put the ball in his hands and highlights are bound to happen. If his NFL team schemes him touches, he’ll be a playmaker.
NFL Comparison: Darren Sproles
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Big Plays: +++