The 6-foot-2, 221-pound Stick, who in his last season at NDSU guided Bison to its seventh national title in the Football Championship Subdivision earlier this month, threw a 22-yard pbad in half to Shawn Poindexter from Arizona to give the West a 21-0 lead with less than 10 minutes left in the third quarter.
The West won the game 21-17.
Stick, who played on four possessions, completed 5 of 8 pbades for 53 yards, and was fired once.
Stick joined the game for the first time with 37 seconds left in the first half, when he rummaged and threw a pitch for 8 yards. But the West finally lost a 60-yard field goal attempt.
In his opening run of the second half, Stick went 0-2 when pbading. His touchdown pbad on his third possession was established by an interception from the West. In his final possession, Stick completed 5 of 8 pbades for 53 yards on a run that stagnated in the eastern territory.
Stick was once a reserve at NDSU for Carson Wentz, the 6-foot-5, 235-pound third-year quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, who was selected second in the 2016 NFL Draft.
According to the projections, the stick could be chosen from the third round until the seventh and last round. There is also the possibility that he can not be recruited and that he signs as a free agent.
"Our agency sees Easton as a development initiator," said Stick's agent, Chase Callahan of Rep1 Sports. "And generally those types of quarterbacks go from the third to the fifth round."
Stick has another chance to improve his actions in the NFL Combine from February 26 to March 4 in Indianapolis. The combination consists of several days of college players eligible for the draft who work, are tested and interviewed by the NFL teams. It is an opportunity for athletes to leave their mark in hopes of hearing their names during the draft, scheduled for April 25-27 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Brett Rypien of Boise State, the starting quarterback for the West, completed 10-14 pbades for 137 yards and a touchdown. Marcus McMaryion of Fresno State completed 3-12 pbades for 27 yards.
David Blough of Purdue, the starting quarterback for the East, completed 10-15 pbades for 144 yards and two touchdowns. Jordan Ta'amu of Mississippi completed 7-10 pbades for 107 yards for the East, while Taylor Cornelius of Oklahoma State had 3-4 for 11 yards and two interceptions.