ESPN shows Washington State quarterback Luke Falk the love

WASHINGTON STATE quarterback Luke Falk has NFL written all over him, says ESPN analyst Trevor Matich. Forget about the "system quarterback" chatter, Falk makes all the NFL throws, he says.

Washington State is ready to "really make a splash this year," says Matich, and it all starts with Falk.

Physically, Falk is an NFL prototype QB, but he stands out especially for his playing smarts, notes ESPN in this video clip. 


--Falk as a third-year sophomore in 2015 completed 448 of 645 passes for 4,566 yards with 38 touchdown against only eight interceptions. He led the nation in passing average at 380.5 ypg, was second in the nation in completion percentage (69.4 percent) and was fourth in nation in TD passes (second nationally among Power 5 schools).

--Falk will enter the 2016 campaign as the FBS active career leader in passing yards per game (356.9)  He has been named to the 2016 Maxwell Award watch list and is a lock to be named to the Davey O'Brien watch list later this week.

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