TERRELL PRYOR is a junior, so he is eligible to enter the 2011 NFL Draft. Character issues aside, he can make plays with his feet as well as with his arm (in fact, Pryor can RUN better than he can throw) so that will be something that he will definitely be looking into, assuming that he has a good bowl game of course. Juniors Mike Adams (offensive line), Dan "Boom" Herron (running back) and DeVier Posey (wide receiver) should also consider leaving for the NFL or transferring because after being suspended 5 games, the 2011 season will basically be a lost cause (there are 11 or maximum 12 or 13 games in a season)
I heard that although he is suspended, he is not suspended for the BCS Bowl game. Now how does that work? Anyone other player who gets suspended at this time of the year always misses the bowl game. There's usually at least one case of it every year. I'm not sure what makes this guy so special.
As for going to the NFL, I'm not sure what kind of NFL prospect he will be anyways. Usually college QB's with the skill set of Pryor's get drafted in the very late rounds or not at all.
This is absolutely devastating news for Ohio State football. They are going to be missing some core players for a good chunk of the start of next season. In a system where a team is not allowed to lose 2 games in a season and still contend for a national championship, I'd saying Ohio State is doomed.
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