BOISE -- After talking with former Boise State quarterback Kellen Moore yesterday, he said he plans to head home to Prosser, Washington next Tuesday to watch the NFL Draft with his family.
Moore added, as of now he is done working out for NFL teams, but will stay ready should something come up.
One thing that is certain, should Moore workout for anybody, they would have to travel to see him. The deadline has passed for teams to fly individual prospects out to their facilities.
Moore thoughts on Gruden’s QB Camp
Kellen told me the experience was fun, but that he was in the room with Gruden for over four hours talking football.
Including the brief on-field workout, Moore said the entire shoot took approximately a total of five hours.
Here is a brief clip of the 30 minute special that aired back on April 12.
ESPN 1st Take: Where will Moore get draft?
Today, ESPN’s Skip Bayless and former NFL defensive end Marcellus Wiley argued about when Kellenshould hear his named called in the NFL draft.
Bayless said he would take Moore in the 1st round, while Wiley believes the QB won’t come off the board until later in the day on Day 2 (2nd and 3rd round).
(Currently the clip isn’t available online, but if ESPN posts it, I will attach the link.)
Lunch time links (Kellen Moore edition):
> Steve Muench writes Moore would be a good fit as Peyton Manning’s backup.
> USA Today says “height still an issue” when evaluating QBs. Writers Jim Corbett and Tom Pedulla talk with Kellen and his father Tom, along with BSU head coach Chris Petersen who says “pro scouts come in here and they love him as much as anyone.”
> BleacherReport.com (cluelessly) says Kellen won’t get drafted.