2011 Supplemental Draft

August 23, 2011 by staff 

2011 Supplemental Draft2011 Supplemental Draft, The Oakland Raiders selected the former State quarterback Terrelle Pryor Ohio in 2011 supplemental draft in the NFL.

Oakland passed a third-round pick in Pryor, which means he will lose his third-round pick in the draft 2012. Pryro ended up being the only team in the supplemental draft in spite of five other players (defensive Torez Jones Western Carolina, Georgia runner Caleb King, defensive end Keenan Mace Lindenwood, North Carolina defensive end Mike McAdoo and North Illinois defensive Tracy Wilson) is eligible. Players will be free agents.

Officer Pryor 40-yard dash time came to be 4.36, which is extremely fast (especially for a quarterback). With a speed like that, do not be surprised if 6 feet 5 inches, 232 pounds athlete makes a change from wide receiver. In fact, ESPN’s John Clayton has reported that the Raiders are more interested in the use of Pryor as the recipient of a quarterback.

Clayton also reports that Pryor will contract on a four-year and 2.36 million with a signing bonus and 591,000.

Although Pryor was eligible for the draft, will be suspended for the first five games of the season. You cannot even practice with the team in the first five weeks. For a player who is possibly a change of position, it will take time to adjust to the NFL. Do not expect Pryor to make any immediate impact with the Raiders this season.

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