Former Ohio State Buckeyes QB Terrelle Pryor may not be eligible to enter the NFL Supplemental Draft, according to FOX Sports, which scored a great quote from league spokesman Greg Aiello:
"If there are no players eligible for a supplemental draft, there is no supplemental draft," NFL spokesman Greg Aiello wrote in an email to FOXSports.com on Sunday. "It is for players whose circumstances have changed in an unforeseen way after the regular (college) draft. It is not a mechanism for simply bypassing the regular (draft)."
That certainly would seem to spell doom for Pryor's chances to hook onto an NFL team this season. That was by no means guaranteed anyway, as recent revelations would indicate. However, there will be a supplemental draft at some point, as Alex Marvez points out at the end of his story. Georgia RB Caleb King has entered the supplemental draft after being declared academically ineligible.