Feb. 23, 2014
Indianapolis, Ind.----- As the second San Jose State University quarterback since 2008 to participate at an annual National Football League Combine, David Falesparticipated in all of the quarterback measurables.
The record-setting Spartan signal caller had a height and weight of 6-foot-2 and 212 pounds. Of the 19 quarterbacks invited to the 2014 NFL Combine his 9.25-inch hand size tied for 12th largest. Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas, a teammate of Fales at the Senior Bowl and a participant in the Quicken Loans Skills Challenge won by the Spartan alum, had the largest hand size at 10.75 inches.
Fales also ran a 4.99 40-yard dash, had a vertical leap of 28.0 inches, completed a standing long jump at 8-feet-7, and executed a 3-cone drill and 20-yard shuttle run in 7.55 and 4.50 seconds, respectively. (Click here for his Combine page.)
Thomas had the top marks in the 40, the vertical leap and the standing long jump. Northern Illinois' Jordan Lynch turned in the top time in the 3-cone drill. Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M was quickest in the 20-yard shuttle.
Fales is the first of two San Jose State players to complete the physical tests at the 2014 NFL Combine. Bené Benwikerewill participate in defensive backs activities on February 25, the final Combine's final day at the Lucas Oil Stadium.
Complete marks for all participants are available at www.nfl.com/combine/tracker.