Rondale Moore happens to be an American born professional football player. He plays as wide receiver for the Arizona Cardinals in the National Football League. His height is 1.7 meters tall and he weighs 82 kg. He initially attended Trinity High School and later transferred to New Albany High School. From 2018 through 2020, after graduating from high school, he played NCAA football for the Purdue Boilermakers team at Purdue University.
His 313 total yards set a record for the most in program history in his first game with the Boilermakers in 2018. At the end of the 2018 season, he was honored with the Paul Hornung Award, which is an award presented to the college football player who demonstrates the most flexibility.
He was also awarded a First-Team All-American by the Football Writers’ Association of America and the Associated Press in December 2018 as an all-purpose back. In the 49th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft the Arizona Cardinals, selected Moore in the second round of the draft.
In June 2021, he agreed to a four-year rookie deal with the Cardinals. He was the fourth wide receiver in the Cardinals’ depth chart heading into the 2021 campaign. He received a 77-yard pass from Kyler Murray in the second quarter of his second game to score his first NFL touchdown. In a game against the Minnesota Vikings, he had 54 receptions for 435 yards and one touchdown towards the end of the season.
Where Did Rondale Moore Attend College And Highschool?
Rondale Moore had his high school education and football career at Trinity High School and New Albany High School. He attended Purdue University after high school and was a football player in college.