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Rondale Moore has dazzling vertical jump during pre-draft training session

Rondale Moore 2021 NFL draft

Purdue wide receiver Rondale Moore is a fun 2021 NFL draft prospect to study. His draft grade will vary, depending on who you ask, with most analysts likely agreeing he’ll be a good value pick on Day 2.

Don’t get me wrong, some scouts like Moore as a super-slot in Round 1, but I’m not there yet. Admittedly, I do have more film to study.

In a draft cycle that will be without the traditional fanfare of the NFL Combine (the event was canceled due to COVID-19), getting a glimpse of prospects performing athletic testing drills is helpful in formulating their final grade. In the case of Moore, there’s no doubt he’s a superb athlete; he shows it on film, and now he’s proving it in the gym, too.

Check out this insane 42-inch vertical jump that he recorded during a training session recently:

Ridiculous.

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That kind of leaping ability will help offset concerns about his size — he’s unofficially listed at 5-9 but could end up checking-in shorter than that.

With those hops, his height might not matter all that much.

Bryan Perez

Bryan is the founder of Pro Football Draft. His work has been featured on NBC Sports and USA Today. Former CFL scout.

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