If you've followed Prosser's Kellen Moore from small town quarterback to his rise in the NFL, you'll be sad to hear he's retiring.

There is a silver lining in the cloud as Moore is likely to be named the QB coach to the Dallas Cowboys.

Moore successfully rose from high school football in Prosser, then on to Boise State and later drafted into the NFL by the Detroit Lions.

He was later cut from the Lions but added to the Dallas Cowboys Quarterback team in 2015.

He played in a few games but later was cut from Dallas this season.

But Moore obviously has made an impact on the team as he's in line to be their quarterback coach. According to numerous sports websites, he's considered one of the most intelligent signal callers, despite his lack of playing time. He's known as a "film junkie", someone who can break down game video and spot tendencies, flaws and the smallest details, making him an excellent candidate to be a coach.

His job will be to help in the continued development of Dak Prescott, the current Dallas QB.

A nice accomplishment for a young man from Prosser.