Once the top prospect in the state of Kentucky, Moore had a terrific first season at Purdue.
After an injury-prone second season, Moore could have been a top-ten pick in the 2021 NFL Draft had he had the chance to perform in 2020, showing he could be a dynamic, consistent receiver without nagging injuries.
Moore is a speedster. Standing just 5-foot-9, Moore would bring a nice dimension to the Saints offense that they were hoping Ted Ginn Jr. would continue to give them. Ginn Jr., signing elsewhere this offseason, took with him the big-time deep threat.
Moore, with his speed, could be both a great threat over the middle and deep. Just 42 yards shy of 1,300 his freshman season, Moore averaged 11 yards per receptions. He was a beast within the Boilermakers offense.
In the spotlight, Moore, against Ohio State, totaled 12 catches for 170 yards and two scores. A star in the making, Moore should be a receiver every team should have their eye on.