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Carson Wentz was a teenage paper throwing sensation

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You might not have realized that Carson Wentz would become your favorite NFL quarterback when the Philadelphia Eagles selected him second overall.

Well, it is happening, thanks to a truly incredible video that emerged of a teenage Wentz - before any draft talk and success at North Dakota State University - in his natural habitat, as a hilarious paper-throwing phenom.

Sit down, because this is a big one. Carson Wentz and two of his friends may have invented the "haters will say it's fake" meme. Wow.


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Thanks to the good folk at Deadspin, we have these four minutes of comedy genius to satiate us before the NFL season kicks off later between the Broncos and Panthers. Be prepared to witness the craziest paper throwing ever.

No wonder Wentz made it to the National Football League with these incredible skills.

He could probably have made it in baseball as well, thanks to the highlight showing him hitting a piece of paper over a house and into a trash can. That is upper-echelon Giancarlo Stanton type power.

The best moment quite clearly is where Wentz sends an email of a piece of paper to Comedy genius. 

Carson 'Can't Miss' Wentz may have gone second in the Draft, but he's number one in our hearts.

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