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Is Ryan Nassib the best QB in this class?

My gut tells me 'yes'. And analyst Russell Lande thinks he's a top 5 pick.

I wouldn't go that far. But I do think that Nassib, Geno Smith, and Mike Glennon will all go in the latter half of the first round.

now that I think about it, this sorta benefits us because people are willing to trade away more to trade up for a QB.


http://nflsfuture.com/2013/01/16/ryan-nassib-scouting-report/
Russ Lande is pretty crazy when it somes to rankings. National Football Post ranks Nassib as the 10th best QB.


http://www.nationalfootballpost.com/college_big_board_rankings.html&position=qb
I like Ryan Nassib a lot, I think he very well could come out to be the best quarterback in this draft. He did more with less in terms of talent on his team and has terrific accuracy, smart guy, good character, not great physical size but he's built solidly, could be a good pickup for teams like the Cardinals, Chiefs, Jets, Bills and Jaguars.
Not really sure he's a legit first rounder, but could be borderline like an Andy Dalton. The upside to that is teams like KC, Buffalo, Arizona, the Jets and maybe in Philly might be willing to trade up to #32 to move ahead of Jax (#33) to grab him. We wouldn't be moving back that much in the 2nd (9 spots at the most), and could pick up a few extra chips this year and/or next.
nassib souns like an arabian type name, which i mention only cause i remember cal had a qb from city college in san francisco---he was said to be a greart runner ala mike vick==was it joe ayoub or something like that--anyone recall his name?
Originally posted by hofer36:
nassib souns like an arabian type name, which i mention only cause i remember cal had a qb from city college in san francisco---he was said to be a greart runner ala mike vick==was it joe ayoub or something like that--anyone recall his name?

Ayoub. Yeah.