The scandal surrounding Terrelle Pryor and the Ohio State Buckeyes is a messy one. It's just another link on the chain of seemingly endless NCAA violations being committed by major programs recently.
But despite being banned from the university, Terrelle Pryor's future is in decent shape.
He had 17 teams show up at his Pro Day. The concerns about Pryor are that he is an athlete first and a quarterback second. These concerns are legitimate, but he is as talented as any rookie QB in the league this year, and whatever team selects him in the supplemental draft could be in for a nice surprise.
Some are suggesting a position change for Pryor. While he has the talent to be a very intriguing prospect at WR or TE, I feel his natural position is QB.
Here are five reason why the former consensus No. 1 recruit and Ohio State star will find success in the NFL.