CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - North Carolina's James Hurst and Bryn Renner closed turbulent college careers with injuries that hindered their preparation for the NFL.
Now healthy after offseason surgeries, the offensive tackle and quarterback are ready to find out where they will end up in this week's draft.Hurst was a four-year starter who suffered a broken left leg in the Belk Bowl. Renner was a three-year starting quarterback who injured his left shoulder in November and missed the final five games. It is unclear how much those late-season injuries will affect their draft chances.
Both Hurst and Renner are projected as possible late-round selections according to scouting reports on NFL.com.The draft begins Thursday night with the first round. The second and third rounds come Friday, followed by the final four rounds Saturday.