Terrelle Pryor: Fastest Football Player for Ohio State

Terrelle Pryor: Fastest Football Player for Ohio State

Terrelle Pryor Fastest Quarterback

Terrelle Pryor: Fastest Football Player for Ohio State

Reported by Lamaar Thomas, a speed demon himself, Terrelle Pryor had the fastest 40 time in summer team activities for the Ohio State Football team. Pryor recorded a 4.33 with Thomas coming in close at 4.37 and everyone else somewhere above 4.4, Thomas told the media recently. Michael Brewster reported similar statistics in the spring after timed sprints.

By Steve Patterson

Ohio State is known for having a fast track but if he can keep that speed until he is ready for the NFL, he will be the fastest quarterback to to enter the draft in 4 years. And at 235lbs, he could be the fastest player at the combine that weights over 200lbs. Last year only Raiders wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey had a faster time.

Others at the top of the speed list for Ohio State included Ray Small, DeVier Posey, and Brandon Saine. All in the low 4.4s. If speed is the factor that sets the best teams apart from the rest, Ohio State has enough speed at their offensive skill positions this year to compete with anyone in the country.

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