Letter from renowned Quarterbacks coach Tom House to talent evaluators:
To Whom It May Concern,
I have had the privilege of working with a number of quarterbacks who have had considerable success in the NFL. I am writing today to advocate for a young quarterback who has shown me that he has every physical tool to be successful in professional football.
Luke Collis is 6’2”, 230lbs, with arm strength that would be characterized as elite in the NFL. Because he is a small school quarterback he has not been on many radars, but I have worked intensively with him for many months and he has shown me impressive football intelligence and coachability.
Luke’s physical abilities and intelligence would benefit from NFL-caliber coaching. His upside is clear to me.
Luke’s most recent film working with me is below – it includes Pro Day style drills, an interview with me, and an interview with Luke. (see bottom of this page).
2014 – San Angelo Bandits
Texas Lone Star Football League
88 TDs, 7 ints. 247 comps/394 passes, 63%,
3283 yds. in 11 games avg. 298 yards/game.
2013 – Knoxville Nighthawks
Professional Indoor Football League
Worked his way up to start the last game of the season.
In camp with Chicago Rush
2012 signed by Spokane Shock
Occidental College, B.A.
Los Angeles, CA 2010-2011
1st Team All Conference QB; 2 year Team Captain
3rd Nationally Pass Comp/Game (27)
7th Nationally Passing Yds/Game (305)
5th Nationally Passing TDs (28 in 9 games)
University of Nevada,
Reno, NV 2007-2010
2 Yr Letter Winner, 3Yr FB Scholarship
All-WAC Academic Selection
School QB Squat Record (505 lbs)
St. Francis High School, La Canada, CA 2003-2007
1st Team All Conference
1st Team All Area
Captain (FB and Baseball)
For comprehensive information as well as game film, biographical information, statistics and background, visit www.LukeCollis.com >