Why QB Kellen Moore of Boise State Is So Good

Posted by D. Walker on December-9-2009 Add Comments

The prototypical college quarterback is somewhere around 6'4", 230 lbs., with a cannon for an arm that can throw the football 75 to 80 yards with breathtaking velocity and always a perfect tight spiral.

He can run the 40 in 4.4 to 4.6 and crushes defenders with the pure physical power of a Jared Allen.

Does that describe Boise State’s Kellen Moore? Hardly. Moore stands about six feet tall and weighs around 185. He has a fairly good arm, but it's not exactly a cannon. He runs the 40 in a little under a day, and if he tucks the ball and runs, defenders aren't exactly shaking in their cleats as he lumbers down the field towards them.

The only thing he has in common with Jared Allen is that he plays his college footbal...

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