One tweet caught the attention of Washington State fans Monday. And the report behind it caught the ire of Cougs quarterback Luke Falk.

According to his sources, Bleacher Report NFL writer Matt Miller says Falk "is expected to leave school early to the 2017 NFL Draft".

Miller cites a poor quarterback class as motivation for Falk to skip out on his senior year. He also has a third round grade on the Cougar signal caller.

Falk was asked about the report at WSU's weekly press conference Monday afternoon and was visibly frustrated by the report.

"I don't know where those sources are coming from at all," Falk said. "I haven't said anything, no one has said anything in my family anything like that.

"If I had to make a decision right now I'm definitely staying," Falk added. He continued saying, "I don't know where the story came from it's actually kind of frustrating."

Falk has put up big numbers since his first start in Mike Leach's Air Raid two seasons ago. After leading the nation in passing yards for game in 2015. As a junior he has thrown for 2,926 yards with 24 touchdowns and five interceptions in eight games.