Scouting Report: Luke Falk, QB, Washington State

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Logan, UT | 6033 | 225| 4.89E | 2018

Falk is a surprisingly mobile quarterback with outstanding ball placement outside the hashes and downfield on bucket throws. Over the middle he’s usually on target but could work on his placement. At field level, he’s every bit of six foot four and has adequate bulk to his frame although he could afford about ten more pounds of muscle. His arm strength isn’t top notch and he isn’t asked to drive the ball on a ton of plays but he has the ability to make any throw on the field and he doesn’t have to step into every throw with the arm to go 40 yards without any weight transfer from his bottom half. Falk hangs tough in the pocket and never panics while reading the entire field. He won’t kill defenses with his legs but he shows that his mobility is something he can rely on under duress. The guy is a cerebral pocket passer and while his traits and physical ability are just adequate, he is a hyper accurate quarterback that can place the football, throw receivers open and spray the field at a pro level with the arsenal of throws he has at his disposal.


2016: Started all 13 games…completed 443-of-633 passes…4,468 passing yards were third-most in the country and third-most in WSU single-season history….tossed 38 touchdowns, tying own WSU single-season record…had 11 interceptions…averaged 343.7 passing yards-per-game, good for fourth in the country…completed 70 percent.

2015: Played in 12 games, all as a starter… completed 448-of-645 passes for 4,566 yards, 38 touchdown and eight interceptions.

2014: Earned a varsity letter after appearing in six games, starting final three games…completed 156-of-243 pass attempts for 1,859 yards…threw 13 touchdowns and seven interceptions.

2013: Walked on in Fall, 2013…redshirt season.

High School: Attended Logan High School in Logan, Utah…three-year letterwinner…as a SOPHOMORE, earned first-team All-Region and All-Valley League honors after passing for 1,486 yards and 17 touchdowns…went 132-for-210 and threw just four intercpetions…as a JUNIOR, attended Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, Calif.…as a SENIOR, earned first-team All-State and All-Region honors after throwing for 3,618 yards and 36 touchdowns … three-year letterwinner in basketball, earning first-team All-Region honors as a junior.

Personal: Parents Mike and Analee…older sisters, Alexa and Natalee…uncle, Eric Falk played defensive end at Utah State…uncle, Jeff Anderson, played basketball at Utah State.