Draft analysts have labeled this year's draft class deficient in elite quarterback talent. Some prominent mock drafts have declined to include a quarterback in the first round. But if the Bills wait until their second-round pick (41st overall) to take such an important position, the quarterback they want might be off the board. Geno Smith of West Virginia, Ryan Nassib of Syracuse and Matt Barkley of USC are considered the top prospects. Oklahoma's Landry Jones, North Carolina State's Mike Glennon, Florida State's E.J. Manuel and Tennessee's Tyler Bray are in the next echelon. "The jury's out on this group, but they do enough good things that if you do what they do best you can win with them," Nix said.