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Source: MyColumbus

Its official! Former Buckeye QB, Terrelle Pryor was drafted to the Oakland Raiders in the 3rd round of the supplemental draft.

Pryor was the 18th selection of the round, which means that the Raiders will not pick in the second, third or fourth rounds of the 2012 draft.

Pryor was only allowed into the draft last week, under the agreement that he wouldn’t be allowed to practice with the team until Week 6, because he received improper benefits, he was found to have received improper benefits, according to the ruling from the NCAA.

Pryor should be fine, since he is expected to get a four-year deal at $2.36 million, including a $591,000 signing bonus

Had Pryor stayed at OSU, he would have faced a five-game suspension at the start of his senior season.

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