The NFL draft has already taken place, but for those collegiate players who found themselves undecided until now—or left their school in a heap of trouble, there's the supplemental draft. With the supplemental draft comes college football's most controversial name in Terrelle Pryor.
Pryor, after promising to remain at Ohio State for his senior season jumped ship after Jim Tressel was forced to resign. In an attempt to jump start his football career, Pryor has hired perhaps the most renown agent in sports--none other than Drew Rosenhaus.
Rosenhaus thinks Pryor is nothing less than a first-round pick, while scouts have the quarterback projected as a third-rounder.
Aside from the fact that he hasn't come close to proving himself as NFL caliber, Pryor carries with him an unearned ego, and off-field distractions an NFL coach would pull his hair out about. That being said, Browns president Mike Holmgren is strict, and although he likes the luxury of having extra quarterbacks on the roster, Pryor would probably hold the clipboard in 2011.
Why else should the Cleveland Browns stay away from Terrelle Pryor? Let's dig in...