Luke Falk, QB, Washington State
Falk ended his career at Washington State by playing in 43 career games, where he completed 1404 passes, for 14486 pssing yards, with 119 passing touchdowns, and 39 interceptions. He has the size, he has good arm strength, he has a nice deep ball, and is a great pocket passer. He is poised under pressure, he distributes the ball to all of his eligible receivers, he is a good scrambling quarterback, and he excels on wide receiver screens, and running back screens out of the backfield. He also fits the ball into tight spacers with ease, and he does not stare down 1 receiver. On the otherhands, he tends to overthrow and underthrow his receivers and backs at times. He is not the most mobile quarterback, and he does not have the best speed. With that said, I view Falk as a early day 2 pick, likely ending up being picked somewhere within the first 10 picks of the 2nd-round.