For the most part, Ryan Nassib is a good decision maker. On the read option he tends to make the correct call, and if a play breaks down Nassib gets rid of the ball.
Sometimes Nassib tries too hard to squeeze a pass to a receiver and tries to thread the needle very close to defenders, which can result in interceptions if he is slightly off.
Nassib is very confident in himself and his abilities and simply follows his instincts on the field.
He looks off defenders and doesn't stick to his first read too often. Doug Marrone and Nathaniel Hackett would simply ease Nassib's transition into the NFL and the two would take advantage of Nassib strengths, like his quick release and arm strength.
Though he isn't a Harvard alumni, he is a very smart quarterback. He is extremely competitive and helps direct the offense and put players in the right spot. The chemistry he forms with receivers is seen on his touch passes, but he may trust himself a bit too much on the field.
He does not fear making a risky play or putting his body on the line and returns to his feet after every hard hit he takes.
Nassib is a very confident player who is a fierce competitor. Trusting his abilities too much may cause him to force a few passes or attempt to make plays that he has no business making, but the willingness to succeed is there.
When the offense is in rhythm and things are running smoothly, Nassib is cool and confident. And when things aren't going his team's way, Nassib doesn't sulk or lash out about it. He keeps his cool and keeps fighting until the final whistle blows.