McSorley Not Offended – and Does Not Plan to Play Defensive Back

Nittany Nation

He’s won more games than any other quarterback in Penn State history – but he was still asked at the NFL Combine about playing defense.

Trace McSorley worked out at Penn State’s pro day in front of pro scouts from the NFL, CFL and even the WWE.

McSorley explained after the workout one scout had heard from other teams that they might want to see the quarterback work out at defensive back.

McSorley is sticking with his position: quarterback.

Watch the video above to hear McSorley explain.

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