Carson Wentz Player Profile
 









Anecdotal: A two time national champion this player graduated from Bismarck Century High School in North Dakota. As a high school freshman he stood at 5'8, but by his senior year he had grown to stand 6'5 tall. He was a two time FBS Championship Game Player of the Game.









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Name: Carson Wentz         Number: 11

University: North Dakota State University

Position: Quarterback

Height: 6'5

Weight: 233

Age: 23

Class: Senior

Secondary Position: NA


Projected Range: Second Round



All Star Games and Camps:
  1. Senior Bowl
  2. NA



All-Star Numbers
Pro Day Combine
Forty Yard Dash: NA NA
Bench Press: NA NA
Vertical Jump: NA NA
Broad Jump NA NA
Three Cone Drill NA NA
Twenty Yard Shutle NA NA
Forty Yard Dash NA NA












Career Statistics:

Games Played: 35

Starts: 23

Passing Yards: 5,115

Completion Percentage: 64.1%

Passing Touchdowns: 45

Interceptions: 14

Sacks: 30




Strengths

  • Pocket Presence

  • Experience (Two Year Starter)

  • Athleticism

  • Maturity

  • Passing Accuracy

  • Leadership




Weaknesses

  • Competition

  • Arm Strength

  • Injuries




Breakdown



Attribute Ratings
Arm Strength: Field Vision:
Deep Accuracy: Awareness:
Intermediate Accuracy: Football IQ:
Short Accuracy: Work Ethic:
Throwing Mechanics: Size:
Footwork: Red Flags:




Final Thought: Nothing is ever simple in the NFL and the emergence of the North Dakota State quarterback is a prime example that in the NFL Draft, nothing's for sure. Wentz has the accuracy, athleticism, leadership, and pocket presence to be a star in the NFL. Wentz is mature and conducts himself well in interviews and away from the field. While his arm strength isnt as bad as Andy Dalton's it is still not a strength in his game and needs to increase. Wentz redshirted in 2011 and was injured again in 2015 with a broken wrist. Wentz is a two time national championship game MVP and would normally get a late first to second round grade but with the weakness of this quarterback class he may become a top five selection.










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