Carson Wentz is one of the biggest names in the NFL due to his achievements. The veteran QB was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the first round with the second overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft and the rest has been history.
Wentz is the recipient of many awards, including the Super Bowl champion (LII), second-team All-Pro (2017), Pro Bowl (2017), the Bert Bell Award (2017), 5× FCS champion (2011–2015), and Football Academic All-America of the Year (2015).
Wentz started his football journey at a very young age. He attended Century High School in Bismarck, where he played football. He was also a multi-sport athlete who competed in basketball and baseball. Wentz played as a utility player on the high school football team. He was used as a quarterback and defensive back.
Went was one of the highest-performing student-athlete in his class. He attended North Dakota State University. He continued his football career and played five seasons of college football for the North Dakota State Bison.
Wentz made his collegiate debut on September 22 as a redshirt freshman in 2012, serving as Brock Jensen’s backup quarterback.
Wentz earned a degree in health and physical education and had a perfect 4.0 GPA. He was named an Academic All-American twice by the College Sports Information Directors of America
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What Happened To Carson Wentz?
Carson told reporters that his hand was aching a little bit after the Commanders defeated the Chicago Bears 12-7 on Thursday Night Football.
However, by October 15, NFL insider Ian Rapoport revealed that Carson Wentz had actually “suffered a fractured finger on his throwing hand.”