26. Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue
In most of my other mock draft scenarios thus far for the 2021 NFL Draft, I have had Purdue’s Rondale Moore going much higher than this.
We just saw Henry Ruggs III take the WR1 spot in the 2020 NFL Draft after he put his exceptional speed and athletic traits on display, and Moore is capable of doing the same.
It’s tough to say Moore will be the 2021 WR1 prospect, but he’s certainly capable of going much higher than this. If he is sitting there for the Seahawks in the first round, however, it would be a really fun fit.
Everyone knows that Russell Wilson likes to push the ball downfield, and Moore has the vertical speed to be a consistent threat in that phase of the game, but he’s equally dangerous after the catch and in space.
If the Seahawks could put him in a wide receiver group with Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf, the Seahawks would be borderline impossible to defend at any level of the field.