Though the Cleveland Browns have yet to win a game this season, there has been at least one bright spot for their team—wide receiver Terrelle Pryor.
In his first full season as a wide receiver after making the switch from quarterback, Pryor has made humongous strides. In 10 games
, he has 51 receptions, 627 yards and four touchdowns. If those numbers don’t sound impressive, remember that so far this season, five different quarterbacks have thrown to him. That can cause timing and chemistry issues, but nonetheless, Pryor has impressed.
It seems that the 6-foot-6, 240-pound
athlete has found his natural position, and he won’t be switching back to quarterback any time soon. If you question his receiving abilities, check out what Pryor posted on his Twitter
In preparation for the Week 11 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Pryor showed us how he has become one of the NFL’s most reliable receivers. On one knee, Pryor caught bullets from the JUGS machine up close using only one hand. We don’t know how he makes it look so easy.
Watch Pryor not drop one ball, in the impressive drill below.