Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor’s workout for NFL scouts is currently underway. He weighed and measured at 6’5”, 232 lbs. and ran an official 4.41.
He’s an athlete, clearly, but where would a team utilized those skills? At quarterback? Could he move wide and be a Vincent Jackson-style receiver? What draft value would your team assign Pryor, based on his projected position?
The Cowboys are one of seventeen teams with scouts watching Pryor today. The Redskins and Eagles also sent their people to the workout.
— It’s all in the numbers.
We talk a lot in draft chats about 5-techniques and 3-techniques and so on. I’ve seen questions asking what this means? It refers to a defensive lineman’s positioning opposite an offensive lineman and his gap responsibility. This chart should make things clearer: