It's about more than size for Kellen Moore
I was in Atlanta last week to take in the Boise State-Georgia game, and while there were plenty of prospects to watch on both teams, no player stood out more than Broncos QB Kellen Moore.
Moore is known as a cerebral quarterback, and he was in complete control throughout the game against the Bulldogs. He clearly has a thorough understanding of game situations and had an answer for anything Georgia threw his way. Even more impressive is that he went 28 of 34 for 261 yards and three touchdown passes with an overhauled receiving corps that lost Titus Young (second round, Lions) and Austin Pettis (third round, Rams) to the NFL.
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