Terrelle Pryor has had an interesting run so far. He was considered one of the most highly touted, fiercely recruited high-school athletes in Pennsylvania history, and was the top football recruit of the 2008 senior class.
Since joining the Ohio State Buckeyes, Pryor has put together a respectable college career; he came in very close second for the 2010 Big Ten Conference MVP award, and was named the MVP of the 2010 Rose Bowl.
Recently however, things have not gone so well for Terrelle. His well publicized suspension for selling autographs and equipment, accompanied by head coach Jim Tressel's scandalous retirement have cast serious doubt on his character.
In a league where high character players are at a premium, a 5 game suspension for his final season is not going to help Pryor's draft stock, and neither is the loss of one of the best coaches in Ohio State history.
Also not helping Pryor is the fact that many teams addressed their future quarterback needs in the 2011 draft, and that Andrew Luck is all but certain to be the most coveted quarterback in the next one.
Having said that, there are still a few teams out there who might find use for the versatile quarterback in the future, though it is not a stretch to say he might fall to a later round.
Lets have a look at Pryor's possible destinations.