Craig Nall is a NFL quarterback who is presently unsigned. After playing his college football for Northwestern State, Nall was a fifth-round pick in the 2002 NFL Draft. Chosen by the Green Bay Packers, he was the 164th choice overall.
Nall, who has been a backup, has been with the Green Bay Packers (2002-2005), Buffalo Bills (2006-2007), Houston Texans (2007) and Green Bay Packers (2007). In 2003, he was All-NFL Europe. He also played for the Florida Tuskers since 2009 as a offseason and a practise squad member only.
Nall has been hampered by injuries. Playing in a total of seven games, he’s thrown five touchdowns and no interceptions.
Standing six-foot-three and weighing 230 pounds, Nall is the right size for a NFL quarterback. Although he possesses good strength and height, he tends to throw the ball low, resulting in passes getting batted down. He’s got an average pro arm, is tough and has shown accuracy on short to moderate passes. His deep game is inconsistent; he lacks finesse and his scampering skills are lacking. He has primarily seen pre-season action, leaving him inexperienced, raw and untested.