North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz kicked off what is sure to be a whirlwind few days at the NFL Combine by addressing the media yesterday (2/25) in Indianapolis.

Wentz is expected to garner a lot of attention at the NFL Combine, with multiple teams looking at the two-year Bison starter as the answer to their quarterback problems.

Today (2/26) is the first workout day at the Combine and will feature running backs, offensive lineman, and special teams players. Wentz and the rest of the quarterback prospects will get their chance to shine on Saturday, February 27th.

Many have Wentz pegged as one of the top quarterback prospects in this year's class, with many scouts putting him at the top of the list.

Possible landing spots for Wentz include the Cleveland Browns, who hold the second overall pick in the draft. The Browns are expected to part ways with quarterback and former first round pick Johnny Manziel in the coming days.

If the Browns elect to go with someone other than Wentz, many think that he could be drafted by the San Diego Chargers or Dallas Cowboys. If that's the case, Wentz would begin his career as a backup and study under either Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers or Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.

The NFL Scouting Combine takes place February 26th through 28th at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, IN.

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