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Quarterback seems to be the one position that no one can figure out in this draft. I am not sure that any of the players at the position in Mobile did anything to solve the mystery.
Ryan Nassib has been the hot name in Buffalo ever since the Bills hired his head coach and offensive coordinator away from Syracuse. While familiarity and continuity work at the college level, it does not necessarily translate to the faster play that characterizes the NFL.
Nassib practiced well, according to Bleacher Report's own Matt Miller, who was down in Alabama covering the event.
There will be plenty of disagreement about who looked best this week, but Nassib takes the award for me. He showed off a strong arm and validated film study that shows great velocity, quick feet and some ability to make plays outside of the pocket. Nassib does a good job squaring to throw when forced to move his feet.
Mike Glennon and Tyler Wilson are probably the two other logical players whom Buffalo was looking at during the week. Both players reside in those southern and Atlantic Coast pipelines from which the Bills have drawn a number of players in recent drafts. In fact, Buffalo general manager Buddy Nix has drafted 15 players from the SEC or ACC over the last three drafts.
Glennon showed off the biggest arm in Mobile, but there seems to be a concern about his scrawny frame and inability to scramble away from pressure. Wilson also showed good arm strength during the week, as he enjoyed better pass protection than he endured at Arkansas during the season.
Geno Smith did not participate in the Senior Bowl, nor did Matt Barkley, as neither wanted to hurt their draft stock with workouts where they cannot control the conditions.
Glennon, Wilson and Nassib all showed pluses and minuses during the week, but that is what you are going to get from this collection of quarterback prospects. Quarterback is going to be a position filled by the Bills during this draft, but they will have to go through some growing pains regardless of whom they select.