Posted by Chris Kucharski
Friday, August 17, 2018 - 2:07pm
In 2016, Terrelle Pryor had a 1,000-yard receiving season with Cleveland—the ability to be a legit NFL receiver is there. He will get opportunities in New York because the hierarchy of the receivers is still an unknown. Pryor is athletic and will make plays which is why the Jets brought him in.
Injuries limited Pryor's playing time in Washington as he ended up with only 20 catches. RIght now, he is probably considered the fourth receiver in New York, so he will have to impress the coaches to get snaps.
2018 Bottom Line
Pryor could be a sleeper but still shouldn't be drafted. If he starts getting regular snaps, then he could be a waiver wire add.