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12 college quarterbacks who successfully changed positions for the NFL


Ronald Curry, 2002: Curry was one of the greatest two-sport athletes of his time, starring in both football and basketball at both Hampton (Va.) High School and at North Carolina. He played quarterback for the Tar Heels, setting the school's career passing yardage mark. The Oakland Raiders drafted him as a wide receiver in the seventh round, and he played eight seasons in the NFL. (AL.com)

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