Following a lengthy process to be eligible for the NFL Supplemental Draft, former Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor didn't have to wait long before finding out where he would be playing football on Monday. The Oakland Raiders, who didn't have a 4th round pick to use, selected Pryor with the 18th position of Round 3.
Though every team in the league passed on using a first or second round pick on Pryor, it seemed just a matter of time before the Oakland Raiders decided to pull the trigger. After all, Pryor's 40-yard dash times were sub 4.4 on some stop watches at his pro day this past Saturday.
Raiders owner Al Davis loves speed on his team and has no problem gambling on players with a checkered background. In Pryor he gets a heaping portion of both. The highest profile player in the Ohio State memorabilia scandal, Pryor brings with him a five game suspension that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell imposed after ruling him eligible for the draft.