Terrelle Pryor held his Pro Day on Saturday in hopes of impressing a couple of teams enough to take a chance on him in the upcoming NFL Supplemental Draft. It's difficult to say exactly what could be deemed a success for the former Ohio State quarterback, but reports are flowing in that he ran a pretty fast 40-yard dash.
Pryor's 40-yard dash times have been reported at anywhere from 4.38 seconds (by the NFL Network's Albert Breer) to 4.41 seconds (by ESPN's Adam Schefter), but both of those numbers are impressive enough to warrant a look considering anything 4.4 and below is above average -- especially if he winds up playing under center once he reaches the NFL.
Pryor measured in at 6-foot-5, 232 pounds according to Schefter and had quite a few teams watching him as he went through the typical NFL Combine drills. Among the teams in attendance, according to Schefter, are the Steelers, Redskins, Saints, Buccaneers, Cowboys, Chargers, Browns, Lions, Colts, Eagles, Raiders, Dolphins, Benglas, Bills, Chiefs, 49ers and Patriots.
Pryor will find out which team he's joining for the upcoming season when the NFL holds its Supplemental Draft on Monday, Aug. 22.