Although Boise State's Kellen Moore is only expected to be a sixth or seventh-round pick, college football's winningest quarterback (50-3) of all time deserves more recognition.
A Heisman Finalist in 2010, Moore had the luxury of targeting receivers Titus Young and Austin Pettis, who combined for 142 receptions and 19 touchdowns. Moore had a completion percentage of 71.3 and threw 35 touchdowns to just six picks.
So, you would expect his numbers to drop in 2011, right? Especially after having lost his two best and favorite targets to the NFL.
Well, Moore did even better against a more difficult schedule in throwing for 3,800 yards, 43 touchdowns to just nine picks and a 74.3 completion percentage.
With less talent against harder opponents, Moore increased his numbers but isn't getting any respect. Well, the Senior Bowl is a good place to start turning the skeptics around.