The former Prosser Mustang won 50 games as a starter at Boise State. Does he have the chops to play in the  NFL? Heading into the NFL Draft in two weeks, all of the quarterback talk is about Andrew Luck from Stanford,  R.B. Griffin III from Baylor and Ryan Tannehill from Texas A&M. But what about Boise States Kellen Moore?

Here's what former NFL head coach and current ESPN analyst Jon Gruden had to say about Moore:

“The statistics are marvelous. The system of football at Boise is very demanding. They shift more than any team in the country, maybe other than Stanford. The volume of different running plays, passing plays, formations, it’s incredible. They do more than a lot of NFL teams. Kellen Moore is a coach. He could probably be an offensive coordinator for a lot of teams. I mean this guy knows the game inside and out. He’s the ringleader of the Boise State Broncos. His poise, his anticipation, his accuracy is outstanding. Is he big enough? Does he have enough arm? And can he get away from pressure well enough? Those are the challenges ahead for Kellen Moore. But what a quarterback. What a game-day clutch performer he is.”

The NFL Draft takes place April 26th - 28th. The Seattle Seahawks hold the number 12 pick in the first round.