Despite all of the drama surrounding Sam Bradford, it looks like the Philadelphia Eagleshave found their quarterback of the future in North Dakota State's Carson Wentz.

After making a trade with the Cleveland Browns to move up to the No. 2 spot in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Eagles used their selection to acquire Wentz after an impressive career with the Bison. With all of the picks Philadelphia gave up to Cleveland, all signs pointed to the Eagles selecting the Bison star--especially with all of the hype surrounding the St. Louis Rams and Jared Goff.

Wentz's career at North Dakota State

Whether he likes it or not, Wentz is going to receive plenty of criticism for playing at a smaller school like North Dakota State until he proves himself on the Football field.

Wentz's size and arm strength helped him display impressive numbers over the last two seasons with the Bison in 23 games (4,762 passing yards and42 passing touchdowns to go along with 936 rushing yards with 12 rushing touchdowns), but the main factor will be how the quarterback transitions to the pro level.

The potential is certainly there for Wentz as Philadelphia was willing to take him at No. 2 for a reason, but don't be surprised if the team ends up waiting a year or two before letting him take over as the official starter at quarterback.

Drama surrounding Bradford

When the Eagles made the decision to sign Bradford to a hefty two-year contract this offseason, nobody could have predicted they would use their first-round pick in this year's draft on a quarterback--especially Bradford himself.

Bradford's frustration with Philadelphia's desire to draft a quarterback has been displayed over the last couple of days and it should be interesting to see if the team gives in and grants the former No. 1 pick's request for a trade. While it's understandable to see the frustration on Bradford's end considering he wants to be in a place long-term, the wise move by Bradfordwould be to prove himself on the football field in 2016 and become a mentor for Wentz--who has plenty to learn about playing in the pros.

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