Trace McSorley Continues To Steal America’s Heart In Episode Two Of ‘Hey, Rookie’

Featured athletes continued their journeys preparing for the NFL Draft at Pro Day with some friendly faces on this week’s episode of “Hey, Rookie,” while viewers also got a glimpse into their passions and they love to do off the field.

Trace McSorley remained a fan favorite, discussing his true love for grilling, which is frequently featured on his Instagram stories.

“I like grilling,” McSorley said. “Every time we have steak for dinner I want to grill it.”

After getting some insight from Rob McSorley about what he thinks about his son’s fate in the draft, viewers learned that McSorley’s dad understands the business and knows it bodes well that his son is a multi-purpose athlete.

NFL Films followed McSorley through his pro day at Holuba Hall where the quarterback proved critics wrong about his accuracy, completing 52 of 56 passes on the day. Penn State’s all-time winningest quarterback put on a show with 30 NFL teams in attendance.

After the impressive showing, McSorley was proudly embraced by his former teammate, Saquon Barkley, who jumped on his quarterback’s back and later discussed plans for them to see each other after the draft.

Tune in to ESPN at 8:30 p.m. next Tuesday, April 30 to follow McSorley’s final stretch of the journey to the NFL and post-draft reactions. Round one of the NFL Draft kicks off Thursday, April 25.

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