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If Pryor entered the supplemental draft would you pick him.

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Old 05-31-2011, 09:00 PM   #16
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Pryor even with his average production has been projected as a first round pick for the last two years.
LOL. WHAT? I've never heard of Pryor being remotely discussed as such. Links? I assure you, if he were projected that high, he would have came out this year after playing the bowl game.


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Old 05-31-2011, 09:07 PM   #17
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Re: If Pryor entered the supplemental draft would you pick him.

id pass on pryor as well. however, i think some team would put in a 2nd or 3rd round pick for him.
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Old 05-31-2011, 09:17 PM   #18
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LOL. WHAT? I've never heard of Pryor being remotely discussed as such. Links? I assure you, if he were projected that high, he would have came out this year after playing the bowl game.
Don't you remember? Last year before we traded for McNabb the 2011 class was suppose to be great because then we could possibly get Locker, Pryor, Luck, or Mallet. Those were the four guys. Walter Football also listed Pryor as a First Round pick and USA Today listed him among the top juniors that could declare for the next draft in 2010 along with Andrew Luck.

Edit: Never mind you got here in Late '10.
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Old 05-31-2011, 10:03 PM   #19
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Re: If Pryor entered the supplemental draft would you pick him.

Well from what i hear he is a major project. I'd take him in the 5th round. Being only 17 i have never seen a supplemental draft so i have no idea how it works. In the first round i hope the line backer from boston college comes to us.
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Old 05-31-2011, 10:09 PM   #20
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Well from what i hear he is a major project. I'd take him in the 5th round. Being only 17 i have never seen a supplemental draft so i have no idea how it works. In the first round i hope the line backer from boston college comes to us.
What does being only 17 have to do with it? These aren't cicadas
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Old 05-31-2011, 10:11 PM   #21
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I haven't watched football long enough to have seen one
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Old 05-31-2011, 10:15 PM   #22
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Re: If Pryor entered the supplemental draft would you pick him.

I said "No" to the poll, but if the price is right I'd give him a shot. I'd put a 5th rounder out there for him to give him a shot, but that's it.
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Old 05-31-2011, 10:22 PM   #23
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I haven't watched football long enough to have seen one
Well it's not televised so no one's really seen one. Are you curious as to how it works?
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Re: If Pryor entered the supplemental draft would you pick him.

Nah.. If we go supplemental on one of those OSU kids (assuming they all come out) is the tackle who is supposed to be a late 1st, mid 2nd round grade. What makes the supplemental draft attractive now is without the benefit of OTAs all rookies will be on an even plane. It's really like getting an extra value pick from the 2011 draft rather than giving up a 2012 pick.
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Re: If Pryor entered the supplemental draft would you pick him.

No way!! He might be athletic, but is a very immature QB that makes very poor decisions on and off the field. Beck or Grossman would be a lot better than this guy. A wasted pick in my opinion.
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Old 05-31-2011, 10:51 PM   #26
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Kinda, and yea we could load up on rookies this year and be much closer to having all the pieces
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Old 06-01-2011, 01:13 AM   #27
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Re: If Pryor entered the supplemental draft would you pick him.

It amazes me to hear people talk about college qb's. It has become so similar and as polarizing as politics. If a Qb does not have certain labels or buzz words like tall, white kid, pocket passer, pro offense experience then to some it is a waste. That is very narrow minded.
Nearly all college Qb's are not ready for the NLF when they first come out, even the ones that meet these labels.
If your NFL team chooses to rely on a rookie qb to start from day one, your team is doing something seriously wrong with player personnel. It is not an unexperienced and unprepared rookie Qb's fault if he fails, it is the teams FO and coaching staff for putting him in that position.
The question is not do you want Pryor as our starting qb next year. Of course not. The question should be, would you spend a late round pick on a raw, physically talented, project player that will take at least a couple of years to develop. If he ever develops. Someone earlier mentioned RB Royster, well he is no lock either to make it in the NFL. He is a gamble as well. Rb is just an easier position to transition from college to NFL compared to QB, especially on a team that was devoid of RB's as ours was before this draft.
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It amazes me to hear people talk about college qb's. It has become so similar and as polarizing as politics. If a Qb does not have certain labels or buzz words like tall, white kid, pocket passer, pro offense experience then to some it is a waste. That is very narrow minded.
Nearly all college Qb's are not ready for the NLF when they first come out, even the ones that meet these labels.
It's nothing narrow minded about it. It's about recognizing what is good in college and works there, doesn't in the NFL. Big arm, height, mobility, intelligence, accuracy, character all play a part in it.


Also, the very guy being investigated for improper use of cars decides to roll up Monday to a team only meeting in this?



I don't need to see a Wonderlic test to know this guy is a idiot. He's pretty much sending a message that yeah I did this shit and got my coach fired but so what!! You want that leading your pro team? Good thing many of you don't run this team.
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Re: If Pryor entered the supplemental draft would you pick him.

wouldn't touch this guy. he's simply not an accurate enough passer for the pro game. imo that's something you're born with. to his credit he's gotten better but stlll not good enough. i really wouldn't judge the guy on the off the field stuff. these guys are 18-21 year olds and people forget that. these guys are going to make mistakes.
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Old 06-01-2011, 09:32 AM   #30
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i really wouldn't judge the guy on the off the field stuff. these guys are 18-21 year olds and people forget that. these guys are going to make mistakes.
I agree for the most part depending on the exact stuff being done and how many incidents. However, when you get caught, you don't still keep doing it which is exactly what he's done this past week. "Oh, I'm being investigated for improper use of cars given to me by dealerships? Let me just roll up into a meeting in a 350Z with 30 day dealer tags that some dealership loaned to me." That goes beyond the "being 18-21 year old mistake. That signifies something much much more.
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