WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Rondale Moore can add All-American to his already-impressive resume.
The Purdue freshman was named a first team All-America selection as an all-purpose player by the Associated Press on Monday.
Moore is the Boilersmakers' first All-American since Ryan Kerrigan in 2010 and the first offensive player since Taylor Stubblefield in 2004.
Moore, a wide receiver, was also added to ESPN and Sports Illustrated's All-America teams.
Moore racked up 2,048 all-purpose yards this season. He posted a school-record 313 all-purpose yards in Purdue's season-opener against Northwestern — Moore's collegiate debut.
The New Albany native leads the nation in receptions and ranks first in the Big Ten in receiving yards.
Moore won the Paul Hornung Award, given to college football's most versatile player last week.
The week before, he was named Big Ten Freshman and Receiver of the Year.
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- Rondale Moore named Big Ten Freshman of the Week
- Rondale Moore named Big Ten Freshman, Receiver of the Year
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- Carsen Edwards named a consensus second-team All-American