Mentor native Mitchell Trubisky earned his first career NFL victory today, as the Chicago Bears defeated the Baltimore Ravens today, 27-24 in overtime. It was Trubisky’s second career start after falling to the Minnesota Vikings last week on Monday Night Football.
Trubisky was named Mr. Ohio in 2012 while leading the Mentor Cardinals, where he finished his high school career with 9,126 passing yards and 92 passing touchdowns. Trubisky also earned 1,559 rushing yards and 33 rushing touchdowns.
Trubisky played three years for the North Carolina Tar Heels before being drafted number two overall in the 2017 NFL Draft by the Bears, who moved up one spot to select him.
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