This article is part of our College Football Draft Kit series.
We're continuing our 2020 Draft Kit roll-out for the upcoming college football season with a look at the top wide receivers in the game. Our staff of beat writers pitched in to write outlooks for the top wideouts in the nation and give a glimpse of what to expect from this position group.
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1.) Rondale Moore, Purdue
Moore's injury-plagued 2019 shouldn't discourage fantasy players from targeting him high in drafts once again. The hamstring injury in Week 5 wiped out what was on pace to be an impressive encore to Moore's freshman season. Prior to the injury Moore caught 27 of 40 targets for 369 yards and two touchdowns in three games, and even those numbers were dragged down by a shaky performance from a backup quarterback against TCU in Week 3. The important thing to note was that Moore was averaging over 13.0 targets per game, which is in line with his 12.3 T/G as a freshman. Now healthy, he is ready to be a volume juggernaut again and that amount of targets going to an electric talent like Moore makes him a surefire top-tier receiver. Furthermore, Purdue ranked third in passing-play percentage in 2019 and ran 74.1 plays per game (31st), so there is