Thursday, July 18, 2013

David Fales Scouting Report

QB #10 San Jose State         6-3 220 lbs.                Right Handed Redshirted Senior

-Quick feet
-Above average pocket awareness
-Good velocity on short and intermediate throws
-Trusts his receivers
-Anticipates where the ball needs to be
-Looks down the field when scrambling
-Can make the "NFL" throws sideline to sideline
-Able to throw his receivers open
-Takes what the defense gives him (*hint West Coast Offense)
-Sets up the receivers for after the catch
-Changes ball velocity
-Can consistently make the back shoulder throws
-Knows where the ball needs to be, ball placement wise
-Can drop the ball behind the linebackers
-Great with timing routes
-Lets his receivers go up and get it
-Great accuracy with the short throws
-Easy throwing motion
-Can take a beating

-Feet are too wide when throwing
-Lifts right leg too high after he throws
-Tends to jump/hop around in the pocket
-Seems to be panicky because of his jittery feet
-Small legs, isn't built great
-Does not appear calm in the pocket
-Anticipates pressure too early
-Has a tendency to throw to first open man
-Does not throw a great spiral
-Does not identify pressure in pre snap reads
-Often throws to first read on play
-Needs to develop a progression
-Backpedals in the pocket
-Needs to get in the routine of dropping back
-Does not take many snaps under center
-Does not have good arm strength
-Under throws the receiver if the ball needs to travel more than forty yards
-Has an okay internal clock
-Needs to work on medium to intermediate accuracy and arm strength

NFL Comparison: Ryan Nassib

*Note: I would like to see more difficult play-calling next year to determine how smart Fales is, he appears to be a bright quarterback, but there is not much information to go off of as of now.

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