JOSHUA MOORE (Fifth-Round Pick, 141st Overall in 2010 NFL Draft)
After a nice career in Manhattan, Joshua Moore decided to forego his senior season at Kansas State and enter the draft. He ended up being a fifth-round draft choice of the Chicago Bears in the 2010 NFL Draft.
His 175 tackles and six interceptions in three seasons with the Wildcats showed that Moore could be a decent cornerback at the college level. His NFL skills, however, were another question.
Moore barely made any type of dent in the NFL, only appearing in three games total during his career. Those three starts all came during his rookie season in 2010.
Unfortunately, that was the highlight for Moore, who found himself without a team to play for in 2011. He would later be a member of the Broncos’ practice squad in 2012, but was out of the league shortly after that.
Moore is yet another former Wildcat who didn’t have much luck when it came to playing professional football.