If you haven't heard the news yet, Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has a good chance of playing in the UFL as early as this season speculates ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Some earlier reports from around the news wire suggested that Prior was going to make a B-Line to the NFL, but Pryor has yet to apply.
The chances of playing and cultivating in the UFL, though, is the more likely case, but either way it is worth paying strict attention to what unfolds in the coming week.
Many scouts view the 6'6", 223 pounder as an "NFL ready" quarterback, who also has the ability to play at WR.
The reason for this mention is simple: Keep as many options in front of you to stay ahead of the game, and reap more than average benefits.
Will Terrelle Pryor be eligable for the 2011 fantasy fopotball season? Perhaps not. But that does not mean you shouldn't start following him now, in the event something drastically changes.
If he winds up in the UFL, an eventual "call-up" to the pros will be inevitable.
And the more informed you are regarding Pryor, the higher the chance of you making a better decision on him.
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