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    Ryan Nassib- QB- Syracuse

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    Position: Quarterback
    Height: 6-3
    Weight: 227
    Class: Graduate Student
    Major: Accounting
    Date of birth: March 10, 1990 (age 22)
    Hometown: West Chester, PA
    High School: Malvern Prep

    YEAR TEAM CMP ATT PCT YDS AVG TD LNG INT RAT
    2012 294 471 62.4 3749 8.0 26 68 10 143.3
    2011 259 415 62.4 2685 6.5 22 62 9 129.9
    2010 202 358 56.4 2334 6.5 19 52 8 124.2
    2009 36 68 52.9 422 6.2 3 50 1 116.7

    Real nice read on one view of his skill:

    http://nflsfuture.com/2013/01/16/rya...outing-report/

    NFL.com comparison- Jake Locker

    Video:
    http://www.buffalobills.com/media-ce...5-a9793e223948
    Pinstripe Bowl after game:



    Links:
    http://espn.go.com/college-football/...84/ryan-nassib
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ryan_Nassib
    http://www.nfl.com/draft/2013/profil...sib?id=2539961
    http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings...2013&genpos=qb
    http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/dsprofile.php?pyid=83838&draftyear=2013&genpos=qb
    http://www.draftinsider.net/blog/?p=6703
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    Re: Ryan Nassib- QB- Syracuse

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    Re: Ryan Nassib- QB- Syracuse

    Bills not as high on Nassib as they are thought to be?

    "-We’ve been told the Buffalo Bills are not as high on Ryan Nassib as most presume. In fact we’ve heard their scouts don’t even rank him as the best quarterback in Mobile."

    http://www.draftinsider.net/blog/?p=6703

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    Re: Ryan Nassib- QB- Syracuse

    Not surprised they didn't rank him as the best QB in mobile, that was Tyler Wilson with second place going to E.J. Manuel, pretty easily. The only thing that kept Nassib from being the worst QB there was the sheer ineptitude that is Landry Jones.

    Do not like his deep ball at all, always tosses up floaters and doesn't have accuracy on anything he has to put air under. Have yet to see a deep pass where he put it on a dime, most of the time it was Alec Lemon (A sleeper 6th-7th guy who could surprise some people as a slot guy) making a good adjustment or slowing down.

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    Re: Ryan Nassib- QB- Syracuse

    Quote Originally Posted by fluteflakes View Post
    Not surprised they didn't rank him as the best QB in mobile, that was Tyler Wilson with second place going to E.J. Manuel, pretty easily. The only thing that kept Nassib from being the worst QB there was the sheer ineptitude that is Landry Jones.

    Do not like his deep ball at all, always tosses up floaters and doesn't have accuracy on anything he has to put air under. Have yet to see a deep pass where he put it on a dime, most of the time it was Alec Lemon (A sleeper 6th-7th guy who could surprise some people as a slot guy) making a good adjustment or slowing down.
    If he didn't play for Syracuse I wouldn't want him until a mid-round pick. But, the unique situation with his learning curve for this team makes it attractive. How much so? I wouldn't draft him at 8. I'd be OK with the 2nd but really he should be a 3rd rounder.
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    Re: Ryan Nassib- QB- Syracuse

    I'v had him as a 2nd, 3rd round guy for the whole process, and unless he demonstrated a fix in his flaws, I wasn't going to push him back or forward any farther than that. I think he'd be a good day 2 pick, I like Dysert and Glennon more, not much frankly, but more. Some team WILL fall in love with his intelligence and intermediate arm strength though.

    It's a weak QB class, and with his ability to transition to our no huddle quickly is a bonus, it's up for debate weather or not he can actually run the system effectively at this level. Personally I don't think he'll be a long term starter unless he manages to fix his deep ball. But if we drafted him in the 2nd or 3rd, I wouldn't be mad. We need a QB and he's one of the better ones in this draft. Personally while I'm an advocate of Minter or Millner at #8 because we need defensive help (Warmack if Levitre leaves becomes my #1 simply because a prospect like him comes around once a decade) and the only QB I really like there is Tyler Wilson, who I think some team kicks the tires on before us or trades up to get (*cough*Jets*cough*).

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    Re: Ryan Nassib- QB- Syracuse

    I just finished watching film on Nassib over at www.draftbreakdown.com
    They have five of his 2012 games on file, and I can tell you that I'm really not impressed at all.

    Positives:
    He certainly has an NFL capable arm, and has a very quick release.
    I also like the way he moves in the pocket to avoid pressure, and keeps his eyes downfield throughout the play.

    Negatives:
    The guy's accuracy is borderline terrible. He has problems hitting receivers in stride, and almost every pass to a receiver over 10 yards is way off target. When he's forced to make a quick throw, many aren't even close. His decision making seems solid, but I worry that playing in the spread option, he wasn't asked to make a lot of reads.

    And although his production has improved throughout his college career, his numbers really aren't that impressive.
    2013 "My Should Have" Draft
    Posted During the 2013 Draft
    1 - (16): Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
    2 - (41): Robert Woods, WR, USC
    2 - (46): Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State
    3 - (78): Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech
    4 - (105): Barrett Jones, OG, Alabama
    5 - (143): Brandon Jenkins, LB, Florida State
    6 - (177): Da'Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
    7 - (222): Tyler Bray, QB, Tennessee

    2013 Buddy Nix Draft
    1 - (16): E.J. Manuel, QB, Florida State
    2 - (41): Robert Woods, WR, USC
    2 - (46): Kiko Alonso, LB, Oregon
    3 - (78): Marquise Goodwin, WR, Texas
    4 - (105): Duke Williams, FS, Nevada
    5 - (143): Jonathan Meeks, SS, Clemson
    6 - (177): Dustin Hopkins, K, Florida State
    7 - (222): Chris Gragg, TE, Arkansas

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