Probably the most hyped quarterback in the group, Terrelle Pryor will be entering his third season with the Buckeyes and Coach Jim Tressel.
Pryor was touted as the No. 1 high school player in 2008 and got his first start as a true freshman.
In his first two years, Pryor has been known for his potential, but criticized for his inconsistency. But after a stellar Rose Bowl performance against the Pac-10 champion, Oregon Ducks, many have their eyes on the young phenom once again.
In his sophomore year, Pryor threw for 2,094 yards, with a completion percentage of 56.6 percent. He had 18 touchdowns in the air and added seven more on the ground. His rushing yards totaled for 779 yards.
Although most people will remember his Rose Bowl performance, his most impressive game came on November 14th against the Iowa Hawkeyes. Vying for the Rose Bowl bid, Pryor took the reins to lead his team to a 27-24 win in the Horseshoe. He completed 14 of 17 passes with zero interceptions.