By now, the narrative has worn itself thin. We get it. The kid played in just 13 games while suiting up in Carolina Blue and as I've said plenty of times before, there is likely a significant learning curve ahead.
The knocks on the young passer are warranted, but there's plenty of upside that led him to become the top quarterback of the 2017 class.
One of the biggest reasons scouts were so enamored with Trubisky coming out of UNC was because of his incredible accuracy and ability to fit the football into a tight window on a regular basis. Oh, and he did it while throwing a NCAA-low six interceptions last season. That ain't easy.
Over the 13 games Trubisky started in 2016-17, he completed 304 of 447 passes (68 percent).
Last week, the Chicago Bears' rookie attended a photo shoot with Panini, one of the nation's biggest sports card manufacturers, and showcased the pin-point accuracy. Take a look.
— Zack Pearson (@Zack_Pearson) May 21, 2017
I have no clue how many NFL quarterbacks could land the pigskin through that tire or exactly how far Trubisky was standing from the target, but it certainly looked impressive.
The naysayers will bark about the lack of pressure and say "it's not a realistic representation," of his accuracy and that's probably true, but it's still fun to watch.