One of the most electrifying players in all of college football has opted back in.
After announcing back in August that he will not play football this fall and will instead focus on preparing for the 2021 NFL Draft, Purdue wide receiver Rondale Moore announced this afternoon that he is officially back.
The dynamic playmaker announced his decision on ESPN2:
— Andrew Pogar (@AndrewPogar) September 24, 2020
An All-American standout out of Trinity High School, Moore broke the school record for all-purpose yards (313) in his first game at Purdue. By the end of his freshman year, he became just the third player in Big Ten history to catch more than 100 passes in a season, recording 1,258 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns en route to earning the 2018 Paul Hornung Award and First Team All-America honors.
As a sophomore, Moore racked up 220 receiving yards against Vanderbilt before a leg injury sidelined him for all but four games of the 2019 season.
After a setback in year two, the former four-star prospect is back to take the college football world by storm when the Big Ten returns to action in October.