Carson Wentz is the former quarterback of the North Dakota State Bison. He is a four year player at the school although he did not become the starting quarterback until his junior season. Wentz comes from Bismarck, North Dakota where he attended Bismarck Century High School. Like the other top quarterback prospect Jared Goff, Wentz is projected to be picked with one of the top two selections. Many believe that the Eagles traded up because they have an interest in Wentz and believe he will be available at number 2. Check out the link here to read up on the other potential number 1 pick Jared Goff.
What are Carson Wentz’s Stats?
Carson Wentz has a number of accolades under his belt in his storied career. While he was only a starter his junior and senior campaign at North Dakota State, he led them to two NCAA Division 1 FCS National Championships. In his first season as a starter, he set an NDSU single-season record in passing attempts, completions, yards, and total offense per game. In his senior season, he sat out 8 games due to a broken wrist, but came back for the national championship game where he led the team to victory. In his career as a starter, he went 20-3 and won two NCAA Division 1 Championship Game Most Outstanding Player awards.
What is Carson Wentz’s height and weight?
Carson Wentz weighs 237 pounds and is 6 feet, 5 inches tall.
Where will Carson Wentz get drafted?
The argument now is whether the first pick will be taken on Jared Goff or Carson Wentz. With two teams with apparent quarterback needs trading up in the draft, the first two picks are likely to be taken on quarterbacks. The Eagles have a reported high interest in Wentz and it is likely the reason they traded up to the number 2 pick. My prediction here is that Wentz goes number 2 to the Eagles after the Los Angeles Rams select Jared Goff with the first selection. However, anything can happen on draft day.