When a graduate from your high school is going to get drafted in the first round of the NFL, the school is going to throw a party.
We've already told you the Century DECA students are planning an event for April 28, but now it's moving to a much bigger venue.
It will be at the MDU Resources Community Bowl. The draft starts at 7 p.m. Central Time and it will be shown on the big screen at the Bowl.
Century has had some really good quarterbacks in recent years.
Zach Wentz led to Carson who eventually led to Dalton Feeney.
Feeney helped the Patriots win their first state championship.
"If you think about Century football I bet he's the number one person that comes up. If you look up Century football it's going to be Carson Wentz but you know playing the quarterback position and knowing he went to our same school and playing that position I guess it means a lot to us and I know he was texting us before the championship game and we got 'er done and I know he was all proud of us and it's just the whole family and school thing," said Feeney.
Feeney has a really good chance to be taken high in the baseball draft so he's can use Carson as a template on how to handle yourself in a pre-draft setting.
"You know I haven't sat down and thought about it. But I'm just going to treat it how he's treating it. He's treating it very well, not walking around like he's all that I mean he's just a great guy. Learning from him I can say just enjoy it and experience it all and don't get caught up in the moment. Just enjoy it," said Feeney.
Feeney and the Patriots baseball team are scheduled to host Minot tomorrow at Haaland Field.
Also, a big part of our 6 p.m. newscast on NFL draft night will take place from Century's event at the Bowl.
We will also be live from Chicago which is where the draft is taking place.