FAU football: Former Mr. Football winner Nick Tronti hopes to impress in Owls' quarterback battle

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The Palm Beach Post—BOCA RATON — Perhaps the most intriguing name to know in Florida Atlantic's quarterback battle this spring belongs to one of the most dynamic high school quarterbacks in the state's recent history.Redshirt sophomore Nick Tronti, who was named Florida's Mr. Football in 2016 after totaling 53 total touchdowns as a senior at Ponte Vedra High, can make his case to be FAU’s long-term quarterback over the next few weeks. Tronti is expected to compete with incumbent [

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