This is one of the best groups of quarterbacks in Mobile in some time. Since there are no sure-fire first rounders outside of Geno Smith, each of these talented quarterbacks decided to play in the 2013 Senior Bowl to have a chance at landing in the first round.
NFL Network's Mike Mayock sees at least three or four quarterbacks going in the first round, according to NFL.com analyst Gregg Rosenthal. Let's take a look at the quarterbacks to see where they will land.
Zac Dysert, Miami of Ohio
The early reports on Dysert have been largely negative in Mobile. Alex Brown of Optimum Scouting is down on Dysert, tweeting:
Bart Hubbuch of The New York Post, though, is high on Dysert, tweeting:
Hubbuch continues to report that the Chiefs have shown interest in the controversial quarterback:
Mike Glennon, North Carolina State
By almost all accounts, Mike Glennon has been among the stars of the Senior Bowl. Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com reports that Glennon had an excellent practice Tuesday, tweeting:
This is hardly a surprise. Glennon will always pass the eyeball test, but my question on Glennon is how he will fair under pressure. Keep an eye on him in live-game situations.
Ryan Nassib, Syracuse
Nassib, like Dysert, has been met with some mixed reactions.
ESPN's Todd McShay is not impressed with the Syracuse prospect, tweeting:
Bleacher Report's own Matt Miller, though, is starting to see the light on Nassib. In his Day 3 notes, Miller raves about Nassib, discussing his polish and arm strength.
I've been a huge fan of Nassib throughout this process. He is the only quarterback aside from Geno Smith that has all the tools already.
Landry Jones, Oklahoma
By all accounts, Landry Jones has been a mess. Bleacher Report's Michael Schottey summarizes it best, tweeting:
E.J. Manuel, Florida State
Manuel has not built much buzz at the Senior Bowl, but he is apparently being looked at by the Carolina Panthers. The Charlotte Observer notes that Manuel is interested in the club and vice versa.
Tyler Wilson, Arkansas
Tyler Wilson is another quarterback whose performance has not generated much buzz either way. Ian Rapoport of NFL.com still has questions about him, tweeting: