The NFL Draft is filled with surprises. That was the case again this year when the Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles traded up to grab the top two picks. Both teams went with quarterbacks. The Rams picked Cal’s Jared Goff while the Eagles selected Carson Wentz of North Dakota State. It was the second year in a row that quarterbacks were the first two picks in the draft. In 2015, it was Jameis Winston to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Marcus Mariota to the Tennessee Titans. Winston and Mariota both have cemented themselves as starters, and the Rams and Eagles hope for the same out of their latest picks. Goff was a three-year starter at Cal, setting school records for completions, passing yards, and passing touchdowns. Wentz emerged as a top prospect during his senior season at North Dakota State, leading the Bison to their fifth consecutive national championship in the second division of college football. Wentz threw for over 1,600 yards and 17 touchdowns, but his season was cut short due to injury. For the Eagles, it was only the second quarterback they’ve taken in the first round since 1999, when they chose Donovan McNabb.