Logan (Utah) Lucas Falk could be one of the top options left on the board at quarterback. Through some turmoil and a pair of re-locations Falk is working towards getting back on the map.
The 6-foot-4, 215-pound quarterback appeared to be poised for a big recruitment but things changed and Falk has adapted.
"I've got an offer from Idaho right now and they really like me," Falk said. "Boise State, ASU, Utah and Utah State are all looking at me too. I've got some Ivy League offers like Harvard and schools like that too. A lot of these schools want to see my first few games and they will decide if they want to offer or not."
Despite currently having a quarterback commit, Falk says Boise State has stayed in touch and will evaluate him. An offer from the Broncos might give him a lot to think about.
"I really like Boise a lot," he said. "They have a great coaching staff and they win a lot of games. An offer from them would be pretty big for me."
Falk said he fells comfortable back in Utah and his team is poised to make a big run this year.
"We have a lot of D-1 caliber players on our team and we are one of the teams to beat. All of us are working hard towards a state title and I'm just excited to be back in Utah."