Back squatting over three times your weight? It's just another accomplishment in a long list for Trinity High School's Rondale Moore.
According to 247Sports, the 170-pound wide receiver from Louisville, Kentucky has received interest from over 30 schools, including heavyweights like Ohio State, Louisville, Texas, Georgia, and Penn State.
Just part of the reason for the interest is due to Moore's incredible strength and determination in the gym.
Watch him back squat more than three times his own weight in this successful 530-pound attempt.
170-pounder Rondale Moore squatting 530 lbs at Louisville Trinity. that's where that 4.3 speed comes from. Beast. pic.twitter.com/kfHPso5S6R
— Barton Simmons (@bartonsimmons) May 30, 2017
Moore possess blazing 4.3 speed and recently accepted an invitation to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl held each January in San Antonio. The game will provide him with a huge stage that includes past MVPs like Vince Young, Ted Ginn Jr., and DeSean Jackson.
Extremely fortunate to have accomplished one of my life long goals!I will officially be committing to the U.S Army All American game! pic.twitter.com/I01CQAhtfZ
— Rondale Moore (@Rondale_Moore03) May 31, 2017
Moore is a star on the high school track as well, and some have him pegged as the top wide receiving prospect in the state.
In case you missed my story yesterday- Trinity's Rondale Moore is a great athlete and a great kid pic.twitter.com/OL1IrtSVll
— Lyndsey Gough (@LGonTV) May 30, 2017
In this age of social media and inflated egos, it's also nice to see the future star take time out of his insanely busy day to work with younger kids that have aspirations to be in his shoes one day.
What 2 sport HS phenom w/ over 30 D1 jQuery17209696448955460875_1496328313309?? offers take time 2 mentor a 8yr old 2 help him perfect his craft so he can be NEXT @Rondale_Moore03 pic.twitter.com/DiYmusVuW2
— Julian Brown (@JaHyde_1Daddy) May 11, 2017
No matter which university Moore decides to attend, you can be sure you'll be hearing his name on ESPN in the very near future.
— Rondale Moore (@Rondale_Moore03) May 22, 2017