Originally Posted by BuckeyeRedleg
I agree he may be looking for a new home if Pryor comes to town.
Part of me struggles to believe the hype of blue chip prospects in any sport.
Justin Zwick was highly touted, and we know how that ended up.
Ohio State is easily in the Top 5 of biggest programs in the country, and I'm not sure Pryor (or any kid, for that matter) could immediately step in and handle the pressure.
Even Florida didn't give the keys of the program to Tebow as a freshman. They put him in situations to succeed, and accordingly, he'll most likely win the Heisman this year, as a Sophomore.
It would be different to see a highly touted QB go to tOSU and succeed.
To their credit, they've done one heck of a job getting the most out of that position since Craig Krenzel.