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Who will replace Scott Matlock as the unquestioned leader of Boise State’s defense?
Highly intelligent and has been extremely productive, making very few mental mistakes. Very smart and plays like an offensive coordinator on the field. Extremely accurate with above average ball placement ? puts the ball where he wants and understands where it needs to be. Plays with infectious confidence, allowing his teammates to feed off of his poise and fearlessness. Always keeps his eyes downfield and works through his progressions very quickly, making snap decisions. Bright individual who breaks down information in a flash and reads defenses well with very good pre-snap recognition ? knows what to look for with a firm grasp on situations and scenarios. Good short-to-intermediate arm strength with beautiful touch. Very good feel and comfort level in the pocket, maneuvering his way to avoid pressure. Very even-keeled and never panics ? always in control of his emotions. Has a knack for finding the open target with very good vision and enjoys spreading the wealth ? didn?t miss a beat after losing his top two receivers from 2010. Works hard to prepare and lives in the film room ? student of the game and works hard at what he does. Very high career completion percentage (69.8 percent) and doesn?t miss when he has time to survey the field and set his feet ? deadly accurate when he?s in rhythm and makes smart decisions. Very good game manager with a lot of savvy and self-belief ? acts as a veteran point guard always in control distributing the ball. Very good experience as a four-year starter with a near-perfect collegiate record of 50-3 ? most wins every be a college quarterback (good chance this mark will never be reached again). Holds almost every school passing record and is near the top of several NCAA records. Vocal leader and sharp on and off the field ? looks like a future coach. Has stayed relatively healthy and toughed-out minor injuries. Moore has all the intangibles ? intelligence, coach?s son, gym rat, winning resume, etc.
Lack of height, measureables and overall size are huge red flags ? looks diminutive in the huddle. Lacks the arm strength to drive the ball downfield to keep defenses honest; throws too many rainbows/soft-tosses and lacks the cannon to zip the ball all over the field and threaten secondaries deep. Only an average athlete and has limited mobility; doesn?t have the legs to consistently evade pressure. Funky mechanics, making too many passes off his back foot with his momentum going backwards; has several habits that work for him, but won?t be able to get away with them at the next level. Gets lazy with his footwork and balance. Gets himself in trouble at times when he rushes his throws and tries to force things; appears to pre-determine a lot of his throws, staring down his targets. Played behind a very good offensive line that gave him a clean pocket most of the time; struggles to always recognize extra pressure and adjust accordingly. Accuracy on passes over 20 yards is very streaky; finesses passer with too much air in his deep throws. Almost all of Moore?s collegiate snaps came from shotgun formation with very little experience under center ? fumbled the snap in the bowl game when he lined up under center. Played in an offense centered around his strengths and wasn?t asked to face top competitions week in and week out.
Chase Daniel, New Orleans Saints
A two-sport letterman from Prosser, Wash., lettering in football and basketball three times each. Named Velocity/Prep Star All-American. Named the Gatorade Player of the Year in the State of Washington. Named the Washington State Player of the Year, fi
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