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The Stanford signal-caller is heading to Kansas City.

Hogan brings a decorated resume to the AFC West.

Kevin Hogan did just about all he could do as a Stanford quarterback.

He was a consistent starter for almost four seasons. He accounted for the most total yards in Stanford history (10,634), second in completion percentage (65.9) and third in passing yards (9,385).

He also won.

Hogan owns the most wins as a starter in Stanford history (36-10). He was 16-6 against Top-25 teams.

He now brings the winning resume to the Chiefs after they selected him with the 162nd pick in the fifth round.

Pro Football Focus’ Steve Palazzolo has this analysis on the former Stanford signal-caller.

“Hogan does a pretty good job from a decision-making standpoint, and he moves around the pocket, but his accuracy is below some of the other top quarterbacks in the class, especially at the intermediate and deep levels. That's a big chunk of NFL throws and a place he needs to improve.”

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