Patrick Mahomes: The Inspiring Story of One of Football’s Superstar Quarterbacks
Learn the Inspiring Story of the Kansas City Chiefs’ Star Quarterback, Patrick Mahomes!
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In Patrick Mahomes: The Inspiring Story of One of Football’s Superstar Quarterbacks, you will learn the story of one of football’s star players. Since being drafted as the tenth overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, Mahomes has established himself as a superstar. At the time of this writing, he has already won a Super Bowl, Super Bowl MVP award, and Most Valuable Player award.
It will be exciting to continue to watch Mahomes as we see what else he has in store for fans in the years ahead.
Pick up this unauthorized biography today to learn the inspiring story behind football star, Patrick Mahomes! This is the perfect football chapter book for sports fans of all ages to learn about what Makes Patrick Mahomes such a star.
Here is a preview of what is inside this Patrick Mahomes biography book:
- Early Childhood
- High School Career
- College Football Career
- NFL Career: The Draft, Rookie Season, MVP Season, “Super” Mahomes
- Mahomes’ Personal Life
- Legacy and Future
An excerpt from this Patrick Mahomes biography:
In the 2017 NFL Draft, Patrick Mahomes II sat at his table waiting for his name to be called. With the second pick, the Chicago Bears passed on him and took quarterback Mitchell Trubisky out of North Carolina. The Jacksonville Jaguars felt they already had their future with Blake Bortles and took running back Leonard Fournette instead. The Jets were okay with Geno Smith and Josh McCown and instead took safety Jamal Adams. The Bengals decided to hold onto Andy Dalton and drafted wide receiver John Ross.
It was like heaven for the Kansas City Chiefs. They had traded with the Buffalo Bills for the 10th overall pick and when their turn came up, Mahomes was still there. So was Deshaun Watson of Clemson, but they felt Mahomes was a no-brainer. They believed Mahomes was a potential Pro Bowler who could win them a Super Bowl in two or three years. And they were spot on.
Three years later, Mahomes had made many of those nine teams that passed on him regret it. How do you think the Bears felt? Trubisky is not even their starting quarterback anymore. Or the Jaguars, who have floundered with the quarterback position since 2015. Blake Bortles, their guy in 2017, is now on the Rams. The Jets may have been the team that felt the sickest. Their quarterback play was so bad in 2017 that they drafted Sam Darnold in 2018. They could have picked a top quarterback in 2017 but instead passed on one. The player they did draft in 2017, Jamal Adams, is now on the Seahawks!
Then there were the Chiefs, who drafted Mahomes and got to see him win the 2018 NFL Most Valuable Player Award and hold up the Lombardi Trophy in 2020.
It did not take long for the Chiefs general manager to be completely on board with Mahomes. After the 2017 NFL Combine in Indianapolis, he saw all that he needed to. “He’s one of the best players I ever saw,” Brett Veach said.