Locker falls on Kiper's 'Big Board'

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.