Terrelle Pryor and the 6 Best Supplemental Draft Picks of All Time

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Terrelle Pryor and the 6 Best Supplemental Draft Picks of All Time
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The 2011 NFL supplemental draft is being held today, but as history has shown, most supplemental draft picks aren't big successes.

That said, there is one intriguing player who you may wish to take a look at. That player is Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor. Pryor ran a 4.38 40-yard dash while measuring in at 6'5", 232 pounds.

Pryor stands as the most coveted player in this year's supplemental draft, and an incredible value that would've likely gone in next April's NFL draft if not for his suspension and controversy at the NCAA level. Now he becomes the Oakland Raiders' gain.

The supplemental draft has been around for 34 years, with very few players becoming successes.

However, there have still been six players worth noting that have come out of the oft-overlooked event. 

Note: Terrelle Pryor has been selected in the third round of the supplemental draft by Oakland.

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