How is it possible the winningest quarterback in Division 1 college football history was not selected in the 2012 NFL draft?
Kellen Moore was a Heisman finalist in 2010 and the only QB to win 50 games. Moore completed 70% of his passes and finished his career with a QB rating of 169.
As proven by Tom Brady back in 2000, a late 6th round selection at #199 overall, the NFL draft is not an exact science.
Kellen Moore, all he does is win.
Apparently, the NFL doesn’t have a combine drill to measure heart, smarts or the will to win.
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