College stats won't carry Moore, Keenum
Moore is a proven winner with a 45-2 record as a starter, and he's shown that he can hang with the big boys. He has led the Broncos to wins over Oregon (2008 and 2009), Virginia Tech (2010) and Georgia (2011). His greatest strength is his ability to quickly read and break down defenses.
In Thursday night's game against Rice, Keenum set a record for career touchdown passes by an FBS player. The previous record was held by former Texas Tech QB Graham Harrell (134 TDs); heading into the game Keenum trailed by four. But he sprinted past Harrell with nine touchdown passes against the Owls (139 overall), and Keenum's above-average arm strength and quick release stand out on film.
Both Moore and Keenum certainly belong in the Heisman Trophy conversation given their outstanding 2011 seasons; their overall bodies of work certainly count for something in the minds of some Heisman voters. But what about their NFL potential?
ESPN Insiders get the answers on the pro potential of Moore and Keenum.