Nassib's steady improvement helped land coach Doug Marrone the head coaching position with the Buffalo Bills. An inconsistent week of practice at the Senior Bowl had Nassib's stock a bit more in flux, but he steadied it a bit at the Scouting Combine and had several private pre-draft workouts with teams.
At his pro day, Nassib completed 69 of 75 passes in a workout orchestrated by former NFL quarterback and assistant coach Ken Anderson and former NFL coordinator Paul Hackett.
Considering the relatively dearth of talent at quarterback in the 2013 draft, his status as one of the more intriguing prospects is also secure.
Flashes the ability to look off the safety. Takes the game and his own improvement seriously and was characterized as "wired right" by scouts. Good hand size (10 1/2) for a quarterback).
WEAKNESSES: A bit short for the position. Inconsistent accuracy, especially on passes which require some touch. Not as accurate on his deep passes as his strong arm might lead you to believe. Has a tendency to loft the ball deep and rely on his wideout to run under it, rather than successfully leading him away from the defender.
Inconsistent footwork. Tends to rely on his arm, losing accuracy. Disappointed at the Senior Bowl after coming in with high expectations.
COMPARES TO: Kellen Clemens, QB, Rams -- Tough, stout and possessing enough arm talent to develop into an NFL starter, there is a lot to like about Nassib, just as there was with Clemens, whose development helped land him a second-round selection by the Jets (No. 49 overall) in 2005.