Former Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor, who hopes to be claimed eligible for the 2011 NFL supplemental draft on Aug. 17, will conduct a workout for teams on Friday. While a number of teams will likely attend the workout, two of them have been identified -- the Washington Redskins and Cleveland Browns, according to the latest reports.
The Redskins are definitely a team that should be taking a look. I'm not suggesting they should draft him but their quarterback situation is far from settled so, as Mike Prada of SB Nation DC noted, there's no harm in taking a look.
Pryor's agent is of course touting him as a first round pick but most league observers say he's more likely to be a mid-round pick.
But, as they say, it only takes one. The supplemental draft is basically a silent auction where teams will place a bid (draft pick) on the player. The highest bid gets the rights to the player and forfeits the corresponding pick in the 2012 NFL draft.