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I think Tyler Wilson is the second-best QB in the draft, but right now he's seen as a second-round prospect.
I don't buy Tyler Wilson as a second-round quarterback. After Geno Smith, he is my next best available quarterback. That said, I use the most up-to-date projections when writing my mock drafts.
Many people feel that Wilson ranks behind not only Geno Smith, Mike Glennon and Matt Barkley. I agree with Geno Smith being the top available QB, but after that Wilson would be my next choice.
Mike Glennon is getting a lot of hype simply because his coach is Tom O'Brien. O'Brien coached Matt Ryan at Boston College and due to this, Glennon has been compared to Matt Ryan.
I don't think this is fair to Glennon. While he has a great arm, Glennon will need to add plenty of weight to his 6'7" frame. He currently weighs 220 lbs., which is very undersized for the height. Ryan was a more polished product entering the NFL and Glennon has plenty of potential, but it's an unfair comparison.
Matt Barkley is actually a decent QB prospect in the NFL. Some people have knocked Barkley a lot this year due to USC's disappointing season, but his skill set has remained the same. He's a smart and very accurate QB. He can make most NFL throws, and I'd dare say all NFL throws if he plays for a warm-weather city or dome. However, he's not a great fit for Buffalo.
If Tyler Wilson actually falls to the second round and is available for Buffalo, he should be the pick.
Wilson had a very productive season at Arkansas following the loss of top three receivers from 2011 to the NFL draft and head coach Bobby Petrino being fired.
Wilson was able to overcome both of these obstacles and had a solid senior season where he threw for 3,387 yards, 21 TDs and 13 INTs. His completion percentage was 62.1 percent and he had a quarterback rating of 143.8.
In terms of playing at the next level, Wilson has the arm to make every NFL throw and his toughness cannot be argued. Is he a polished product? Absolutely not. That said, he will be a starting quarterback for some team and Buffalo would be wise to take him, especially if he's available in Round 2.