Yes, you read the title right. I'm talking about THAT Terrelle Pryor, who was suspended for five games for selling his Big Ten Championship Ring and Gold Pants on eBay.
He was always one of the best quarterbacks in college football. This year was his best, passing for 2,551 yards for 25 touchdowns and completing about 66 percent of his passes.
He possesses great size (6'6" 233 lbs.), great athleticism (he's the fastest guy on the team) and incredible arm strength. Then again, he might stay for his senior year, but I highly doubt it. Jim Tressel might have Pryor's word, but does that really mean anything?
The only thing I have in question is how good is Terrelle Pryor? He's not a fit for "Tressel ball"; Tressel's old-fashioned time-controlling classic play doesn't fit for this modernized quarterback. Had he played for Penn State, Florida, Michigan or any other elite school, we would have seen a completely different ball game from Pryor with a lot more quarterback draws, options and deep balls.
We really don't know the true potential, all the skill sets and flaws of Pryor and that's why he would be a second round pick. His future team needs to know what exactly he's capable of before playing him.
Also, about the disciplinary problems with Pryor, I'm going with Yahoo Sports writer Dan Wetzel on this one. He might be more sly and cunning than everyone thinks he is, and might not cause such a commotion in the NFL.