Terrelle Pryor might have to wait until next year's NFL draft because apparently the Buckeye QB might not qualify. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said this in an email to

"If there are no players eligible for a supplemental draft, there is no supplemental draft," Aiello said in the email. "It is for players whose circumstances have changed in an unforeseen way after the regular (college) draft. It is not a mechanism for simply bypassing the regular (draft)."
Players who have been eligible for a supplemental draft in the past, included "unforeseen" changes such as being banned from their college programs, made ineligible academically or players who had graduated before deciding to leave school. This coupled with the draft usually being held 10 days before training camp, leaves a lot of question marks for this draft as well as Pryor's future.
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