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  1. PushnPencils

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    Steelrs, Skins, Saints, Bucs, Boys, Chargrs, Browns, Lions, Colts, Eagls, Raidrs, Phins, Bengls, Bills, Chiefs, 49ers, Pats @ Pryor workout.

    I guess the JETS are ALL SET at QB...:D

    So far ran a 4.41-40 Hit on 22 of 29 passes
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    I'll pass dude going suck at QB ,I can see him being a wr or te
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    Taking out the 4 drops, he was 27/35. 77% throwing against air is not good.
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    No, silly, its a supplement DRAFT PICK. The Jets dont use those things.
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    Pats just doing due diligence.
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    Why wouldn't you draft him as a non-QB then?
    Pryor would be the best wildcat trigger man the NFL has ever had, just as an example.
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    Saw the kid's high school state championship games in football and basketball. He was a one man team in both. I think his best position would have been OLB. He's the closest athletically I've seen to Lavar Arrington in Pa.
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    New math?
    Isnt 22 of 29 with 4 drops 22 of 25 if you eliminate them?
    How did you add 5 for 6 by taking ut drops?
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    Final results:
    Twitter / Albert Breer: Pryor completed 27-of-39 t ...
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    And intelligence wise he's one of the dumbest things to come out of PA since.. the average Steeler fan.
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    Lack of brains wouldn't hurt him as a sic em lb. I'll nominate Jonathan Baldwin from Pitt. Wr as another mensa candidate. Off field fight with teammate at Pitt. Repeats stupid mistake in his first professional training camp in KC.
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    Can someone tell me who this guys is please? Whats all the hype about ?
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    Well, he was regarded as the #1 recruit in the country entering college, and quarterbacked a very successful college team for 3 years.

    His QB skills are better suited to college than pros, but there is no doubt he is a tremendous athlete.
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    #18 Jersey

    Must be huge for a QB. Wow.
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    I'll look it up but I will guess first 6'4 240
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    I was close 6'5 232
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    As set as the Pats?
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    I think he was joking since their depth chart is currently

    1) One of the most inaccurate passers in the NFL
    2) A 40 year old who hasn't played effectively in about 9 years
    3) A rookie option QB
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    And he runs a 4.4 and can play QB.

    B-E-A-S-T.
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    Brad Smith ^2
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    No way. Not even close.
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    I'm a big Buckeye fan, and while they won a lot with Pryor, you just always felt something was missing with him.

    No doubt he is a phenomenal athlete though, I don't see him at QB in the NFL, but he could be a valuable guy filling a lot of roles.
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    Anyone have a prediction as to round? I think someone will spend a 3. If we didnt have such a deep roster, he might he worth a 4 or 5 as a WR/TE prospect. Thoughts?
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    You should have seen him play basketball too. He verbaled to Pitt as a soph. before his football career really took off. As a senior led his team to a state champioship in hoops. Small town in western pa. in a classification dominated by Catholic and private schools. Single-handedly beat a Philly team to win the state championship in that too. After being the top football recruit in the nation. Once in a lifetime type player. Unfortunately, he's a knucklehead.
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    I'm gonna guess the Redskins, Raiders or Colts end up with this guy. Colts grabbing him will kind of make me giggle too.
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    I'm a Buckeye fan too and I know what was missing with him.
    A Brain!
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