Taken out of Ohio State by the Raiders in the third round of the 2011 Supplemental Draft, the 24-year-old Pryor completed 1-of-5 attempts for nine yards and again proved incapable of throwing with any velocity or accuracy.
Being a precise passer is imperative and the 6-foot-5, 233 pound Pryor lacks even a shred of touch on the ball.
The Silver and Black acquired the 28-year-old Flynn from the Seattle Seahawks on April 1 in exchange for a fifth-round selection in 2014 and a “conditional” late-round choice in 2015.
A few weeks later, Oakland chose the 24-year-old Wilson with the 112th pick out of Arkansas.
However, capable of running the 40-yard dash in 4.32 seconds, Pryor is a tremendously gifted athlete who should learn to play wide receiver.
At 4-12 in the AFC West last autumn, the Raiders aren’t exactly brimming with offensive talent and Pryor could absolutely thrive catching the pigskin.
Rather than serving as a middling gump on the sideline, Raiders’ suits should maximize Terrelle Pryor’s athleticism and gain a new weapon in “The Town.”by