Where would Terrelle Pryor have gone if he didn't pick Ohio State?
Many might assume Michigan, which was one of the finalists for the Jeannette (Pa.) star back in 2008. Pryor was the No. 2 football recruit in the nation, but he also had plenty of game on the hardwood.
Pryor was actually a top-50 recruit in basketball, and in an appearance on The Dan Patrick Show today, he said he had "about 110 scholarship offers" for hoops. He mentioned that the one major school that didn't offer was Duke, and Patrick pounced on the opportunity.
Patrick asked what would have happened if Mike Krzyzewski had offered Pryor a scholarship for basketball, while also maintaining that he'd be able to play football for the Blue Devils. Pryor admitted he would have been tempted.
"There might have been a chance actually because [David] Cutcliffe was there for football. We had a great relationship. [He was] Peyton Manning's coach. I don't know. If it would have happened, I don't know."
To listen to Pryor's full comments on the topic, watch the video below.
Pryor signed a one-year, $8 million free agent deal with the Washington Redskins last week.
He cracked 1,000 yards receiving for the Cleveland Browns last season, his first as a wide receiver.