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A Look Inside The 2013 Quarterback Class

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GAINESVILLE, FL - SEPTEMBER 04: Zac Dysert #4 of the Miami University RedHawks attempts a pass while being pressured by Justin Trattou #94 of the Florida Gators at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on September 4, 2010 in Gainesville, Florida
GAINESVILLE, FL - SEPTEMBER 04: Zac Dysert #4 of the Miami University RedHawks attempts a pass while being pressured by Justin Trattou #94 of the Florida Gators at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on September 4, 2010 in Gainesville, Florida

Pros: Dysert has the look to be an NFL quarterback. Solid build with ideal size. Dysert also displays a strong arm and the ability to make throws to all parts of the field. Also has good accuracy to most parts of the field. Stays active in the pocket while still keeping eyes downfield. Also shows better athletic ability than most quarterbacks of comprable size. 

Cons: Dysert came from a small school at Miami of Ohio but was unable to put up huge numbers in the very weak Mid American Conference. Sometimes struggles to find second and third options. Dysert also appeared to lack confidence in his teammates (not hard to do with bad supporting cast) which led him to try and take over games. When in "takeover mode" Dysert shows serious inconsistencies in his game.