Last season's NFL Draft was packed with wide receiver talent, The same is true this year, and Rondale Moore is one of the top prospects. The Purdue Boilermaker playmaker has been limited the past two years, playing a combined seven games in those two seasons. However, he showed out as a true freshman.
In his freshman year, Moore caught 114 passes for 1,258 yards and 12 touchdowns, while running for another 213 yards and two touchdowns. The 5-foot 9-inch weapon can be a versatile tool for a team needing a spark on offense.
Here are the most likely landing spots for Moore in the 2021 NFL Draft.
3. Miami Dolphins (No. 36)
Whether the Dolphins start Tua Tagovailoa or they trade for another quarterback, the starting passer for Miami is in need of more offensive weapons. While injury history will likely knock Moore to the second round, he is a first-round talent. He would bring with him the ability to be creative with play-calling, which the Dolphins lacked last season.
2. Detroit Lions (No. 41)
The Lions have holes everywhere, so it's tough to pinpoint their biggest need. However, essentially their entire wide receiver room is available in free agency, so they will need to retain them or bring in a lot of new talent at pass catcher. As one of the bottom teams in the NFL, they may be more willing to take a chance on the injury-prone Moore. His speed would be dangerous on their home turf.
1. Los Angeles Chargers (No. 47)
This offense has the potential to be one of the most dangerous in the NFL. Keenan Allen and Mike Williams are back and Austin Ekeler is healthy. Even if they are able to re-sign tight end Hunter Henry, this unit feels like they are one weapon away from Justin Herbert leading a very dangerous group. With the other weapons available, the Chargers would be able to be smart with Moore's snaps, and it would create single coverage on him every play, which he could turn into plenty of highlights.
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