Found July 19, 2013 on NFL Draft Zone:
While San Jose State QB David Fales only has one year of starting FBS experience, he certainly made the most of it in 2012. Signing with Nevada out of high school, Fales eventually transferred to junior college Monterey Peninsula College. There, he led his team to a conference championship before moving on to bigger things at San Jose State. In his first season as a starter, with help from former TE Ryan Otten and WR Noel Grigsby, Fales proved to be one of the most efficient quarterbacks in the country after finishing in the top 10 in numerous passing categories including being #1 in completion percentage with 72.5. To go along with his high completion percentage, he also  tossed 33 TD’s and finished 6th in the country with 4,193 yards. It’s hard to be recognized as one of the QB draft prospects in the country while playing in the WAC, but Fales enters his season season as just that. Accuracy David Fales really thrives on being able to make accurate throws. His work on back-shoulder...
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