Boise State Football

Kellen Moore bio

Kellen Moore bio

Position: Quarterback

Year: Junior

Size: 6-foot, 187 pounds

Hometown: Prosser, Wash. (Prosser High)

Major: Communication

2007: Redshirted with the Broncos.

2008: WAC Freshman of the Year set a school record by completing 69.4 percent of his passes. He finished with 25 TD passes and 10 interceptions after becoming the first freshman quarterback in school history to start the season opener.

2009: Finished seventh in Heisman Trophy voting with nation's No. 2 pass-efficiency rating (161.65) and FBS record-low interception rate of 0.69 percent. He threw five touchdown passes in three games, finishing with 39 TDs and three interceptions.

High school: Named Velocity/PrepStar All-American and Gatorade Player of the Year, Seattle Times Player of the Year and Associated Press Player of the Year for Washington. Set Washington career records for completions (787) and touchdown passes (173) and single-season records for completions (317), yards (4,600) and touchdown passes (67). Completed 287 of 399 passes for 4,269 yards and 67 TDs with seven interceptions as a senior.

College awards

Sept. 21, 2008: Walter Camp Football Foundation Bowl Subdivision National Offensive Player of the Week (vs. Oregon)

Sept. 22, 2008: WAC offensive player of the week (vs. Oregon)

Oct. 6, 2008: WAC offensive player of the week (vs. Louisiana Tech)

Other 2008 awards: 2008— named WAC Freshman of the Year and second-team All-WAC; 2008: FWAA Freshman All-American; 2008: Phil Steele Freshman All-American, first team; 2008: Sporting News Freshman All-American, second team; 2008: Freshman All-American, honorable mention.

2009 awards:,, first-team All-American; WAC Offensive Player of the Year and first-team All-WAC; Associated Press third-team All-American

2010 awards: Sept. 7, 2010: WAC offensive player of the week (vs. Virginia Tech) Sept. 8, 2010: The O'Brien Quarterback of the Week (vs. Virginia Tech) Sept. 27, 2010: WAC offensive player of the week (vs. Oregon State) 2010 awards: Midseason All-American