NFL Supplemental Draft: Terrelle Pryor To Raiders...As A Quarterback?

The Oakland Raiders were the best guess as to Terrelle Pryor's landing spot in the 2011 NFL supplemental draft and that's exactly what Al Davis and Co. did on Monday selecting the former Ohio State QB in the third round. The Raiders gave up the 18th pick in the third round of the 2011 NFL supplemental draft to select Pryor making him a member of Raider Nation. 


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We continue to identify Terrelle Pryor as QB Terrelle Pryor but that may not be his NFL position. Word came out before the supplemental draft took place that the Raiders may be thinking of playing him at a different position.

Terrelle Pryor graded high by Raiders in just about every category except as quarterback. Viewed as possessing outstanding athletic talent.

So...QB Terrelle Pryor? Maybe not.

With his size, you would think the other position he could conceivably play would be tight end or receiver. Going solely by his measurables -- 6'6", 230 pounds with a 4.4 second 40-yard dash -- he makes sense at one of those two positions.

Check out Silver And Black Pride for more on the Raiders' selection of Terrelle Pryor.

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