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The most noticeable potential supplemental draft prospect since the early 90s, Terrelle Pryor has been a headline maker and a jaw-dropping athlete since he was a high school junior, when the love- fest by college coaches and recruiting experts began. After what I considered a surprising decision to pass on the Rich Rodriguez system at Michigan that fit his style perfectly in favor of Ohio State, Pryor has struggled to be an every game dominating quarterback nor mature into a top NFL draft prospect.
Despite me not feeling Pryor has NFL ability at the quarterback position, I would not have been surprised at all to see him come out in game one next year and play at a Cam Newton level if he fine-tuned his technique, as his footwork and confidence in the pocket is really all that separates him from the 2011 #1 overall pick. However, he's likely now done at Ohio State for good, and his best option would be to declare for the supplemental draft, where a team will likely view him as a mix of Matt Jones and Joe Webb - a receiver talent first and one with promise, but still worth giving a shot at quarterback. I'm not sure that he'll ever take to receiver coaching well enough to be a front line player, and unfortunately, I fear that his outstanding talent and potential will be wasted if he doesn't land in the perfect system.
(Proj. 4th Round)