With the season now over, the NFL looks to April's draft as the next big event. Many big names are coming out this year, and people have been buzzing for quite some time now about who they think will end up where.
These big names include Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, Baylor's Heisman trophy winning quarterback Robert Griffin III and Alabama running back Trent Richardson.
One person who most do not think of, though, is Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore. With players like Luck and Griffin III out on the market, people are putting Moore aside.
However, I do not think that Moore should be so easily overlooked. He had 3,800 yards and 43 touchdowns with only nine interceptions last year, leading Boise to a 12-1 record.
This adds on to Moore's amazing career numbers of 14,667 passing yards, 142 touchdowns and 28 interceptions. Not too bad.
I know that Moore is not coming out of a great team in Boise State; he is not the tallest quarterback nor does he have the greatest arm strength. But with the large amount of teams who need a quarterback in this year's draft, he might be the sleeper pick that teams will look for in the later rounds.
Here are five teams that I think could snag Moore in the draft and for whom Moore would be a good fit.