Top Five Senior QB Rankings

Written by Justis Mosqueda on August 26, 2013

David Fales3. David Fales (San Jose State)

David Fales doesn’t check all the boxes for a franchise quarterback: he lacks a big arm or prototypical size (he likely hovers around 6’1″). However, the San Jose State signal caller has everything else.

After leading the NCAA in completion percentage in 2012, Fales will try to roll his positive momentum into 2013 with a new coaching staff. He is now on his fourth team and fifth different staff in his college career. At this point, though, a more pro-style offense couldn’t hurt his NFL prospects.

Fales has the best feet of all the quarterbacks in this class. Coaches try to get quarterbacks to use their eyes to manipulate the safeties, but Fales takes it to another level. Not only does he throw off the safeties by making reads all over the field, he follows his reads perfectly with his feet, even in tight spaces. You’ll rarely, if ever, see Fales not ready to throw a football at any moment.

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Justis Mosqueda

Justis started following the NFL Draft in 2006. After knee injuries ended his high school career, he focused on studying and covering the game. His obsession with quarterbacks can be blamed on the Favre and Rodgers era Green Bay Packers.

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