By the numbers: An inside look at Terrelle Pryor

August 22, 2011, 6:37 pm
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Aug. 21, 2011RAIDERS PAGE RAIDERS VIDEOCSNCalifornia.comHere is a look at Terrelle Pryor, the newest quarterback onthe Raiders roster, according to the numbers:0 quarterbacks ranked ahead of Pryor in the high school classof 2008, according to ESPNU. Only three total players (Da'Quan Bowers, Julio Jones, Will Hill) were ranked ahead of Pryor in the entire country.2 bowl games that Pryor won while at Ohio State the 2010Rose Bowl and the 2011 Sugar Bowl.3, 4 rounds in which the Raiders do not currently have a draft pickin 2012. They forfeited their third-round pick for selecting Pryor in the thirdround of the supplemental draft on Monday. Their fourth-round pick was traded away in theJason Campbell deal prior to last season.4.41 seconds it took Pryor, unofficially, to run the40-yard dash at his pro day on Saturday. 5 games this NFL season that Pryor will be suspended for.He has stated that he will not appeal the suspension.6-foot-5, 232 pounds The height and weight for Pryor, whocould end up moving to a new position in the pros. Tight end and wide receiverare among the possibilities.6-foot-5, 230 pounds The listed height and weight forJason Campbell, who is entering his seventh season as an NFL quarterback, hissecond with the Raiders.8 cars, according to Sports Illustrated, thatPryor drove during his three years at Ohio State.17 NFL teams that attended Pryors pro day near hishometown in Jeannette, Pa.31-4 Pryors record as the Buckeyes starting quarterback.57 career passing touchdowns for Pryor at Ohio State, tied for theschool record.2,164 rushing yards for Pryor at Ohio State, a schoolrecord for a quarterback.2,772 yards Pryor threw for during his junior season atOhio State. He threw 27 touchdowns and only 11 interceptions that year, while running for754 yards and four scores.20,000-40,000 the range of dollars earned by Pryor forvarious memorabilia signings during his time at Ohio State, according to a former friend ofPryors who spoke with ESPN.