NFL.com draft analyst Lance Zierlein lists Falk as No. 14 on his list as of the best juniors in college football.
"Maybe you are surprised by Falk's inclusion on this list, and I have to admit that I was surprised while watching his tape," writes Zierlein. "Throwing for 4,561 yards and 38 touchdowns doesn't necessarily get me excited when we are talking about an 'Air Raid' quarterback, but quarterbacks with his combination of size, compact release and pocket poise do.
"Falk will stand in and take the hit to deliver a strike, and he has mobility outside the pocket as well. Maybe I'll be proved wrong, but I don't see Falk as a system quarterback ... I see him as a future NFL starter."
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Falk this week was named to his fourth preseason watch list, the National Performance of the Year trophy, awarded by the CFPA (College Football Performance Awards). Falk was previously named to the watch lists for the Walter Camp, Maxwell and O’Brien awards.
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