If the future was up to Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib, he very well may have already decided where he wants to play quarterback in the NFL. When asked by John Murphy of BuffaloBills.com at the Senior Bowl whether or not staying in the state and playing for the Buffalo Bills is something he would enjoy, Nassib emphatically said yes:
"That would be a great situation, I love the city of Buffalo," he said Tuesday morning. "I'm a Central New York guy, that type of weather, and going to Buffalo with all those Syracuse guys there, that would be a match made in heaven."
Another player that might call Nassib to Buffalo "a match made in heaven" is Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson. Earlier in the offseason, Johnson told reporters that he hopes the Bills will bring in more competition at the quarterback position during the offseason.
In Nassib's three years as starter for the Orange, he progressively got better each year, throwing for more yards and touchdowns than the season before. In his senior season in 2012, Nassib accumulated 3,749 yards through the air with 26 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. He is projected by most to be a second-round pick in April.
The Bills finished 2012 with a 6-10 record to earn the No. 8 overall selection in the first round and No. 41 in the second round.