Dec
25

Athletes First Adds Pair To 2014 NFL Draft Class

 San Jose State Spartans quarterback David Fales (10) looks to throw a pass against the Fresno State Bulldogs in the third quarter at Spartan Stadium. The Spartans defeated the Bulldogs 62-52. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

San Jose State Spartans quarterback David Fales has signed with David Dunn and Andrew Kessler. Photo Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

California-based mega agency, Athletes First, recently added two players to its 2014 NFL Draft Class: San Jose State quarterback, David Fales and Arkansas center, Travis Swanson.

Athletes First agents David Dunn and Joe Panos will represent Swanson while Dunn and Andrew Kessler will represent Fales.

SportsAgentBlog.com lists Swanson as the No. 1 rated center in the upcoming Draft.  NFLDraftScout.com also ranks Swanson as the top center; he is projected to be a first or second round selection next May.

The Kingwood, Texas native started 50 career games at Arkansas and was Team Captain for the 2012 and 2013 seasons.  Swanson has recently accepted an invitation to play in January’s Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala.

San Jose State’s David Fales — a two-year starter — finished the 2013 campaign with 33 touchdowns and threw for 4,000-plus yards.  At the team’s awards banquet, Fales was named Most Valuable Player.  Like Swanson, Fales will also play in the Senior Bowl, the first Spartan quarterback to ever participate in the top college All-Star game.

Athletes First represents a host of other quarterbacks, including Mark Sanchez, Matt Cassel, Chad Henne, Matt Schaub, Kellen Moore, Carson Palmer, Kyle Orton, and others.