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Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore didn't put up the gaudy statistics that Case Keenum did at Houston, but he did top him and every other quarterback in the country in one important stat over the past three seasons: winning percentage.
Moore rolled up an incredible 50-3 record as a starting quarterback for the Broncos and was often right in the discussion with Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III as the best signal caller in the country.
But while Luck and Griffin will be going in the Top Five of the NFL draft, Moore might be considered lucky to just have his name called.
At 5'11", Moore does not have anywhere near the ideal size to play quarterback in the NFL and has sub-par arm strength to boot.
However, some team is likely to take a chance on the lefty signal caller who became the only quarterback in college football history to win 50 games when Boise State knocked off Arizona State in the Maaco Bowl in 2011.
Moore wouldn't project as a viable backup quarterback immediately, but a team willing to have him as their No. 3 with a chance to develop will realize that despite his deficiencies, Moore is worth a shot.
One team that matches up well with Kellen Moore is the Miami Dolphins.
While Matt Moore might not be the long-term answer in Miami, he certainly can hold the fort down for a year or two as the Dolphins hope to get back up to respectability. With Chad Henne likely departing in free agency, the Dolphins are surely in the market to add quarterback depth via the draft.
New coach Joe Philbin will also be a factor in the Dolphins' pursuit of Kellen Moore.
Philbin comes from the Mike McCarthy coaching tree, spending the past nine seasons as an offensive assistant coach on McCarthy's staff. McCarthy is known as one of the premiere quarterback developers in the NFL and even runs an intensive "quarterback school" in the offseason.
Philbin likely picked up a few pointers along the way.
If Kellen Moore is on the Dolphins' radar, they have a decision to make as to where they would pick him. They have the 10th pick in the fifth round, which might be a little high for Moore, and don't pick again until 27th in round six, by which time he could be gone.
If the Dolphins stand pat in the sixth round and Moore is available, expect them to grab the lefty. If they are sold on giving Moore a chance to develop, expect the Dolphins to trade down in the fifth to nab a much-needed extra pick with the hopes of still grabbing Moore when the time comes.
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