2014 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about David Fales: San Jose State, 6015 212 4.99. Two-year starter. Lacks the desired measurables and skill level, but is productive. Junior college transfer from Monterey Peninsula where he started for two years. Threw for 33 touchdown passes but was overshadowed in the Mountain West by Derek Carr. However, in their head-to-head matchup, Fales threw for 547 yards and 6 touchdowns and ran for another in their 62- 52 win. Good pocket feel and poise. He is an accurate and smart quarterback who creates plays. At times he appeared sharper as a junior, but his accuracy elevated every game in the Spartans’ new offensive system as did the timing with his receivers. Excellent ball placement and zip on the ball. Quick twitch ball release. Sees it, hits it. Sudden from eye to throw. Good field vision. Spreads the ball around to all the receivers. Not a runner, but scrambles for positive yards. Has proven to be a clutch passer on 3rd downs. Throws darts between the numbers. Fringe vertical arm strength and athletic ability for the position. Struggles to throw outside the numbers. Will throw off balance at times. 2013 stats: 312/487, 4189 passing yds, 64.1%, 33 TD, 13 INT. Ball velocity 53 mph. OSR:18/18. Fifth/sixth round. (A-31 3/4, H-9 1/4, SS-4.50, VJ-28).