Paxton Lynch thought he'd grow up to be a running back. The only problem was, he never stopped growing. At a certain point, a coach of the 6-foot-6 athlete told him he was too big to be a running back, so he needed to find a different position. No one had ever taught him to throw a football, but the lifelong baseball player took it in his hands, let it rip -- and the rest is history.

Ahead of the NFL Draft, Lynch discusses his football roots, his professional dreams, and what he hopes to accomplish at the next level.

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