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One of only 19 players in FBS history to throw for over 10,000 yards and 100 touchdowns, Carr enters the draft as one of the top five passers available following a standout senior season at Fresno State and has a good chance of being a first-round pick. Following in the footsteps of his brother David, who was a bust after the Houston Texans drafted him first overall out of Fresno State in 2002, the younger Carr was an All-America selection as a junior and senior. During the 2013 campaign, he became the fourth FBS quarterback to reach 5,000 passing yards and 50 touchdowns in a single season, earning the Mountain West Conference's Offensive Player award for the second straight year - only the third time a player has won it in back-to-back seasons. He led the nation in 2013 in several categories, including total offense (5,199), passing yards per game (390.9) and completions per game (34.9), and he set MWC records with 5,083 passing yards on the season and 52 completions in a win over Rutgers. He threw for over 400 yards eight times last season and set another MWC record with 305 consecutive pass attempts without an interception from Oct. 5-Nov. 29. Carr threw for a season-best 522 yards while setting a school record and tying the conference mark with seven touchdown passes in a 69-28 win over New Mexico on Nov. 23. Just like his brother in 2001, Carr went on to win the 2013 Sammy Baugh Award as the nation's top passer, giving Fresno State three quarterbacks who have earned the honor. Trent Dilfer won it in 1993.