West Virginia Mountaineers quarterback Geno Smith might not be the only signal caller taken in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft, according to the great Peter King of Sports Illustrated.
Nassib has been drawing significant interest in the past few weeks, with rumors constantly flying around that the Buffalo Bills will take him with one of their first two selections. Of course, it would make sense, since Doug Marrone, Nassib's former college coach, is now the head man with Buffalo.
Manuel is a little raw but has all the skills most NFL men look for. Manuel is a large quarterback who can use his feet to evade the rush and has a cannon for an arm.
King sees both of them as potentially the second and third quarterbacks, respectively, off the board, per the article:
I can't wait to see the Nassib and Manuel shows. When I talk to teams leading up to the April 25 first round, I keep hearing both Nassib and Manuel as late-first-round prospects. Nassib in particular, and certainly more than Manuel.