Rondale Moore (Allen Trieu / Scout)

Speedy WR Moore adds nine offers in four days

Louisville Trinity wide receiver Rondale Moore received nine offers this week and it drives the Midwest's fastest player to work even harder.

On Sunday, Louisville Trinity wide receiver Rondale Moore ran a 4.33 at the NIKE Opening Regional in Chicago, also posting the No. 2 rating (based on testing results) at the event.

On Tuesday, UCF and Wake Forest offered, Wednesday it was Georgia, Thursday came AlabamaMissouriSouth Carolina and Washington State. The week finished with Boston College and Syracuse offering on Friday. That is nine offers in four days.

"It was very chaotic, but I enjoy everything coming in," Moore said.

Moore's list already included many offers like LouisvilleKentuckyPurdue and Indiana to name a few, but this recent run on scholarships was more validation of the work he has put it, and it pushed him to work even harder this week at Aspirations Gym in Louisville where he trains with many other top recruits.

"Rondale has been in the gym every day this week since coming home from The Opening," Aspirations CEO Chris Vaughn said. "We were actually disappointed in his shuttle time. We were expecting him to run a 3.8. He's a perfectionist and that's the type of stuff that drives him and makes him who he is."

The day before that regional, he visited Purdue, whose head coach Jeff Brohm has been recruiting Moore for quite some time and he feels the Boilers have been showing him the most attention.

"If I had to choose one school that was recruiting me the most, it would have to be Purdue," he said. "I hear from them at least three times a week."

That said, these new offers have given him something to think about. Getting an offer from Alabama was a thrilling moment for Moore. The Tide have also offered his teammate, blue-chip 2019 defensive end Stephen Herron.

"When I got the Alabama offer, I was surprised and at first, I didn't believe it. As a kid, everyone knows the name Alabama and what a prestigious program they are.

"I do plan on making a trip to Tuscaloosa I am visiting Ohio State on Saturday with Stephen."

These visits may help him establish a leader as right now, he has all of these schools even.

"Right now, no school stands in front of any other school. I'm still weighing all my options and considering everything coming."

Where Moore takes his speed and playmaking ability in college still remains to be seen. For now, all that is certain is that he will continue working to be the best and the school that lands him will get a player who will stop at nothing to perfect his craft.

"Rondale is a tireless worker," Vaughn said. "When he's not in the gym, he's always sending me film on a reciever wanting to break down a technique or a stem a reciever may have used. He's always looking to continue to craft and mold his game and is a very high I.Q. kid both in the classroom with him boasting a 3.7 GPA and being a student of the game."

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