How Chazz Surratt's Instincts Helped UNC Position Change & Could Benefit Vikings

Minnesota Vikings rookie linebacker transitioned from offense to defense in college. Surratt's audible — from quarterback to linebacker — is extremely rare but could pay dividends for the 24-year-old from Denver, North Carolina. "It was a move that I thought ultimately would get me to this point," Surratt said following the 2021 NFL Draft. (Minnesota Vikings)

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How Chazz Surratt's Instincts Helped UNC Position Change & Could Benefit Vikings

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