Reports coming out about the NFLPA rookie symposium currently being conducted in Florida have noted that only 150 or so of the 254 draft picks were in attendance. That's lead some to criticize those who didn't show up but what's also noteworthy is who did show up.
According to Jim Trotter of SI.com, former Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor is in attendance at the symposium. That's a little surprising because I didn't think many (if any) undrafted players would attend.
Pryor applied for the NFL supplemental draft which, if it's held, would be conducted next month.
Pryor is among the players who could benefit the most from the symposium, which is designed to help players transition to life as a young, rich and famous athlete. Pryor, if he's a mid-round pick in next month's supplemental draft as expected, would enter the NFL on a relatively small contract.
But his profile is so much bigger than that of a mid-round pick so he could likely use some guidance on life in the NFL.
Trotter also reports that the current count of players in attendance is at 155 with 152 of those being draft picks.