Falk started the last 40 games of his college career, finishing with 14,481 passing yards, a 68.3 completion rate and a 119:39 touchdown-to-interception ratio. He gets high marks for intelligence, accuracy, toughness and a quick release.
Although he drew pre-draft buzz as a strong second-day prospect, scouts have questions about his mobility, arm strength and college system.
"The athlete's bad, but he's got enough feel in the pocket," one NFC scout offered to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. "His arm's average, but he's a survivor. He could be a 10-, 12-, 15-year backup. He could start games. He's going to have a nice career."