NFL Draft 2013: Ryan Nassib's stock ranges from 1st to 4th round

Jesse Johnson-US PRESSWIRE

Ryan Nassib faces an entirely uncertain future just one day before the 2013 NFL Draft.

Perhaps no player has a more uncertain draft status than Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports (Insider subscription required) that he has heard that Nassib could go anywhere from the Buffalo Bills' pick at No. 8 overall to the fourth round during the 2013 NFL Draft.

Nassib-to-the-Bills rumblings have been prominent throughout the draft process, but especially in the last week or so. Obviously, there a strong connection with former Syrcause head coach Doug Marrone taking over the reins in Buffalo. There is something to be said about introducing rookie quarterbacks to a system they are already familiar with.

If the Bills pass on Nassib, however, it's difficult to predict where he will fall. Outside of Buffalo, most teams seem to have Geno Smith pegged as the best quarterback in the draft. Nassib then falls into the muddle of second-tier options jockeying to be the next quarterback selected, which includes Matt Barkley, Mike Glennon and E.J. Manuel.

As Schefter notes, the phrase "beauty is in the eye of the beholder" is very applicable to this year's draft. Nassib could be selected in the top ten or fall out of the draft all together, depending on who you ask.

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