Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Locker falls on Kiper's 'Big Board'
By ESPN.com staff
Washington quarterback Jake Locker's struggles this year are being reflected on ESPN NFL draft guru Mel Kiper's 'Big Board': Locker's steady fall this season now has him tumbling from eighth to 16th.
Kiper's analysis: "Solid TD-INT ratio, but his 56.5 completion percentage is 83rd nationally. Arm and intangibles there, but stock slipping."
Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, a redshirt sophomore, remains in the No. 1 overall spot.
Luck and Locker will go head-to-head on Saturday in Husky Stadium.
It wasn't a good week for other Pac-10 players. UCLA linebacker Akeem Ayers fell from 12th to 15th and Bruins safety Rahim Moore was knocked off the board after rating 22nd last week.
The Bruins just lost 60-13 at Oregon.