Pitt Quarterback Nate Peterman fulfilled a life long dream by being drafted by the Buffalo Bills in last weekend’s NFL draft. The 2 year starter for Pitt was taken in the 5th round and will head to Buffalo next week for the start of Rookie mini camp. Peterman has spent the last 2 1/2 years, the offseason, working with private quarterback coach Ken Mastrole. Peterman returned this past January and worked with Mastrole and XPE in south Florida preparing for the Senior Bowl, NFL combine, and Pitt Pro Day. The focus was to continually throwing efficiency, arm strength, footwork, and interview prep. XPE focused on Peterman’s nutrition, flexibility, and functional strength while Mastrole focused on the quarterback’s on field performance as well as the mental preparation. Peterman was recognized as one of the top performers at both the Senior Bowl and NFL combine. The final step was an NFL packed pro day where Peterman showed his ability of not only being a compact and accurate thrower but the arm strength to deliver the football downfield.