Kellen Moore

      

A four-time first-team All-American and the first Heisman Trophy Finalist in school history, Kellen Moore led Boise State to a record of 50-3 over his four-year starting career, concluding his time as a Bronco as the winningest quarterback in the history of college football. He became the first student-athlete in Boise State history in any sport to earn three conference athlete of the year awards, setting virtually every school passing record along the way. His 142 career touchdown passes and 14,667 yards passing each set school records, and ranked second and fifth in NCAA history, respectively. In 1,658 passing attempts, he threw just 28 interceptions, the NCAA record for lowest percentage of passes intercepted in a career. He earned All-America accolades from ESPN, Sports Illustrated and CBSSports in 2009, and from the Football Writers Association of America in 2010. He followed WAC Freshman of the Year in honors 2008 with back-to-back WAC Offensive Player of the Year Awards in 2009 and 2010, then concluded his career as the Mountain West Offensive Player of the Year in 2011.