Wilson is a 6'2'', 218-pound quarterback who possesses a strong arm and vast experience in a pro-style offense.
Unfortunately for this inherently talented and assertive signal-caller, he played behind a dreadful offensive line at Arkansas in 2012, and his entire team was a disaster under John L. Smith.
When afforded a clean pocket, there isn't a more NFL-ready thrower in the 2013 class than Wilson. He has some mobility to elude the rush, but when pressure mounts, some bad, Matthew Stafford-esque mechanical tendencies appear on tape.
Wilson looks the part of a professional quarterback, and with some refinement, he can become a viable quarterback at the next level, especially due to his ability as a pure passer.
Nassib measured in at 6'2'' and 228 pounds at the Senior Bowl, so he's slightly more built than Wilson. From an arm strength perspective, the Syracuse star isn't capable of pushing the ball downfield as easily as Wilson, but his arm and over-the-top delivery do not hold him back from making any NFL throws.
He won't be a read-option quarterback as a professional, but he does have the ability to break the pocket and pick up yardage. In terms of sheer athleticism, Nassib compares quite closely to Jake Locker or Ryan Tannehill.
He ran a hurry-up offense with the Orange and was a generally smart decision-maker who made many accurate throws with anticipation.
Put him in the right system, and with time, Nassib should mature into a fine pro.
Dysert is nearly 6'3'' and weighed in at 224 pounds in Mobile. He has a fundamentally sound release and made plenty of quick decisions during his time as a collegiate signal-caller. He excels throwing on the run and has a deceptively strong and rather accurate arm.
Dysert is comparable to Nassib in terms of general athleticism and escapability.
This Miami of Ohio quarterback was the victim of plenty of drops and didn't play behind the greatest offensive line. However, he did display good pocket presence in most of his outings.