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2016 Schedule
8-5, 2nd in ACC - Coastal

Erik McKinney ESPN Staff Writer 

Seven schools remain in the mix for Dorian Thompson-Robinson, the nation's No. 4 dual-threat quarterback. Thompson-Robinson released his list of seven finalists via twitter, as Cal, Florida State, Michigan, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina and UCLA remain in the hunt to sign the No. 107 overall prospect and No. 2 uncommitted quarterback at this time. It looks like this could come down to a battle between Michigan and UCLA, as the Bruins established themselves early as the program to beat for Thompson-Robinson and his teammate, ESPN 300 tight end Brevin Jordan, while Thompson-Robinson's mother attended Michigan. Cal was not on his initial top-12 list, while Florida State and Oregon are programs to watch and could make a move.

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Trubisky: Path to draft an 'interesting journey'

North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky says it's been an "interesting journey," going from a QB who had yet to start a game to becoming a possible top-10 pick in the span of one season.

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McShay: Takeaways from Trubisky's pro day

ESPN NFL draft Insider Todd McShay discusses his takeaways from Mitchell Trubisky's pro day, how Deshaun Watson's pro-day showing compares to Trubisky's and concerns about Mike Williams.

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Trubisky's pro day better than Watson's? (1:10)
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Trubisky happy with pro day performance (1:32)
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Trubisky ready to take game to next level (3:10)
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North Carolina wideouts poke fun at Trubisky (0:56)
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Is Trubisky worth the risk? (0:48)
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Trubisky gearing up for pro day (1:21)
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Derek Tyson RecruitingNation 

ESPN Jr. 300 wide receiver Jacob Copeland with a nice route and catch. Copeland named a top five of Clemson, Florida, UNC, Miami and Auburn today. Clemson is his leader.

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McShay sees QBs dropping in first round (1:37)
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Gruden says Trubisky is a 'sharp kid' (2:17)
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Trubisky shares the opportunity that kick-started his career (2:18)