Zac Dysert is a name that is slowly starting to rise up NFL draft boards.
Without any huge talent at the quarterback position this year, Dysert could be drafted as early as the fourth round.
At Miami of Ohio, Dysert threw for 12,016 passing yards, becoming the school's all-time leading passer. Pretty impressive when you consider that it was Ben Roethlisberger whom he knocked out of the top position.
Here, we will take a look at some highlights from Dysert's collegiate days.
Here against Kent State, Dysert eludes the pass rush and steps up, throwing on the run and finding a wide-open receiver for a big gain (play ends at 2:04).
Dysert can throw on the run and is more athletic than he looks.
Playing against a tough Ohio State team, Zac Dysert didn't back down at all on the road.
On this play, he makes an excellent throw between defenders, hitting his receiver in stride (play ends at 2:20).
The play just missed resulting in a touchdown, but it still nets some big yards.
In the same game against the Buckeyes, Zac Dysert takes the snap and rolls out, throwing a nice ball down the field.
The ball is dropped by the receiver, but that isn't the fault of the quarterback.
It should have resulted in a big gain. Great throw by Dysert.
Though this play won't be seen in any instructional videos, it still illustrates the ability Dysert has.
Rolling to his right, he throws the ball across his body into traffic and it lands in the hands of his intended target for a touchdown.
Zac Dysert is by no means the fastest quarterback around, but he has the ability to make plays with his legs.
Here, he sees that he doesn't have anything down the field and there is a lot of open space in front of him (play ends at 1:45).
Zac Dysert is a very creative quarterback, the kind that can turn a negative play into a big play all on his own.
Here against Ohio, things start to break down and he rolls one way and throws the other, making an amazing play for a big gain downfield (play ends at 2:40).
Dysert is a versatile quarterback who is going to catch the eye of a few NFL teams.
He exhibits several traits that will make him successful at the next level.
Here, he stands tall in the pocket and displays a quick release as he hits his receiver in stride (play ends at 8:02).