Kansas State University (KSU) Wildcats Player of the Year 2010 NFL Draft – 1 Choice from the K-State

Kansas State University (KSU) Wildcats was just one player from their school in the 2010 NFL draft, which was held in April 2010. The only K-State Wildcat made by the National Football League (NFL) franchise The 2010 draft at the New York Radio City Music Hall was Joshua Moore corner guard.

Joshua Moore took part in the fifth round of the Chicago Bears, where the 2010 NFL Draft was the 141th overall qualifier. Moore's 5-inch, 184-pound back hem, created by helping the aging Chicago high school.

Moore was born on August 20, 1988 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Wildcats's 4th. before being attracted by Chicago bears, is currently a player who has four on the Chicago list, and that is Brad Maynard. "Maynard was in the NFL since he was in the third round in 1997 (very high at the table) . It is unclear that Maynard will give No. 4 Joshua Moore or if the newcomer has to postpone the jersey number to the veteran player.

Before Moore led his college colleges at KSU, Miami was a prominent athlete In high school, a talented locker's corner so prepared for high school defense by getting All-Broward County's recognition at Florida's 6A department, is a remarkable achievement.

Before he was elected a K state by high school leader Joshua, he received more local athletics scholarships from Tallahassee, Florida State University. Moore also received contributors from nearby universities at the University of Florida and Miami.

In the Kansas state, in 2006, Moon played 13 newer titles and the better performance resulted in the last five games of the season. Joshua won the recognition of All-Big 12's newcomer team for his efforts. Secondly, the rising star was forced to rediscover issues related to the red t-shirt. Moore defeated the 2007 downturn and finally completed his college football career in order to gain attention in the 2010 NFL draft.

Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith happily picked up Joshua Moore when he was in the fifth round. In District 141, Chicago Bears felt that a player whose abilities were in line with their team's needs and Joshua Moore offered a real opportunity to buy a device at an easily justifiable cost