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How Mitch Trubisky went from a first-year starter to certain 2017 NFL Draft first-rounder


It took Mitch Trubisky until his fourth year at North Carolina to earn the starting job. It took him one year of playing college football to make himself a possible top-10 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. That's who he is and how he got to this point. The Mentor grad declared for the draft on Monday and is projected by many analysts to be the first quarterback taken. (Cleveland.com)


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