By Lance Zierlein
April 23, 2013
Overall, this is a weak QB class as far as the top-end is concerned, but it does offer decent value in rounds 2 and 3. There is a chance that only one QB goes in the first round and if Geno Smith falls outside of the first 8 picks, he could keep falling until someone trades into the 1st to take him.
LZ Favorite - Zac Dysert: Dysert plays with more poise than most of the QBs in this draft. He's played under center, out of the pistol and out of the gun. Dysert didn't have a very good Senior Bowl week, but he looks much better in real game action. I like his temperament and think he's a good value pick in the 3rd or early 4th.
|Geno Smith||West Virginia||1st|
|E.J. Manuel||Florida St.||2nd|
|Zac Dysert||Miami, OH||3rd|
|Mike Glennon||NC State||3rd|
|Brad Sorensen||Southern Utah||5th/6th|
|Colby Cameron||La. Tech||7th/FA|
|Jeff Tuel||Washington St.||7th/FA|
|Seth Doege||Texas Tech||FA|
|Collin Klein||Kansas St.||FA|