The Purdue Boilermakers hosted their Pro Day yesterday. Wide receiver Rondale Moore and linebacker Derrick Barnes both made great strides in the Purdue Pro Day, improving their circulation stocks.
According to CBS Sports, Rondale Moore is currently the fourth wide receiver prospect in the 2021 NFL Draft. Moore is also the 18th overall prospect in the Draft. With the performance Rondale Moore put on on his Pro Day, we could potentially see him move up the rankings.
According to thedraftnetwork.com, Derrick Barnes is the 25th ranked linebacker prospect in the 2021 NFL Draft. Barnes is also the 323rd overall ranked prospect. His performance at the Purdue Pro Day will certainly help him with regards to his stock project.
Now that the Purdue Boilermaker Pro Day is over, let’s take a look at how Rondale Moore and Derrick Barnes improved their stock project.
Purdue Pro Day Grades: How Did Rondale Moore Improve His Draft After Purdue Pro Day?
Purdue Boilermakers wide receiver Rondale Moore recorded an unofficial scorecard time of 40 yards of 4.29. Moore also recorded a vertical jump of 42.5 “. NFL Next Generation stats gave Rondale Moore an overall score of 84.
Rondale Moore had a 69 in production and a 99 in track and field, giving him an overall score of 84. Moore had an elite score in track and field and below average in production. The overall score of 84 places Rondale Moore as a good prospect, but he lost six points for being an elite prospect.
The 2021 NFL Draft is full of talent and it will be extremely difficult for Rondale Moore to move up the receiver rankings. Where Rondale Moore has improved is its overall lead ranking. Before his Pro Day, Moore was the 18th overall prospect, but after his Pro Day he could see himself around the 13th or 14th overall.
Rondale Moore’s Pro Day Level: A-
Purdue Pro Day Ranks: How Derrick Barnes Improved His Draft Stock After Purdue Pro Day
According to NFL Draft Scout Matt Miller, Derrick Barnes’ the arms were 33 3/8 in length and he weighed 238 pounds. Barnes ran an official 40-yard table time of 4.57 and recorded 29 reps on the 225 lb bench press. The Purdue linebacker posted a 37 “vertical jump and a 9” 11 wide jump. His 20-yard commute time was 4.27 and due to cramping problems Derrick Barnes was unable to perform. the 3 cone exercise.
Prior to the Purdue Pro Day, Derrick Barnes was the 323rd overall prospect in the 2021 NFL Draft. With his measurements, bench press and 20-yard shuttle run, he will see a boost in his rankings. Barnes could benefit from the move from linebacker to defensive end in the NFL.
Barnes is the 25th seeded linebacker in the draft. After his Pro Day, Derrick Barnes could see his ranking drop to 16th or 17th in linebacker prospects. The former Purdue linebacker is likely a fourth or fifth round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft after his Pro Day.
Derrick Barnes Pro Day Level: B +