For Terrelle Pryor, the big day is finally here. After much wait, the supplemental draft is taking place today at 1 p.m. and the former Ohio State quarterback is eligible.
But he's only one of six players in this year's draft. The other five players are Western Carolina defensive back Torez Jones, Georgia running back Caleb King, Lindenwood defensive end Keenan Mace, North Carolina defensive end Michael McAdoo and Northern Illinois safety Tracy Wilson.
Pryor, of course, is generating all of the buzz. How much buzz, though? According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, a third-round pick could be used on Pryor. Florio says watch out for the Bengals, Redskins, Dolphins and Steelers. I expect the Raiders to have some interest in Pryor as well.
In the supplemental draft, NFL teams place a bid on a player they want with a corresponding draft pick. The team that bids the highest round pick is awarded the player and loses that pick in the next standard draft. Bo Marchionte of NFL Draft Bible has a great break down of how the teams are ordered in the supplemental draft here.
We've broken down the top three players in the year's supplemental draft – Pryor, McAdoo and King. Here are some links to the analysis: