Terrelle Pryor Net Worth

How much is Terrelle Pryor Worth?

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Terrelle Pryor net worth:
$1 Million

Terrelle Pryor's Salary

$465 Thousand Per Year

Terrelle Pryor net worth and salary: Terrelle Pryor's net worth is $1 million dollars and his 2012 salary is $465,000. Born in Jeannette, Pennsylvania, Terrelle Pryor excelled at athletics, and led his high school basketball team to the first championship in 20 years. He also became the first football player in Pennsylvania's history to run for 4,000 yards and throw for 4,000 yards. He won multiple honors during his high school years, including being named Pennsylvania Player of the Year twice, and being chosen as the MVP of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. He was heavily recruited by various colleges, but eventually announced that he would attend Ohio State University. He set a record for touchdown throws for a freshman quarterback during his second game with the Ohio State Buckeyes, and steadily improved over the course of the next two years. He was suspended in late 2010, along with four other teammates for selling signed memorabilia. In May of 2011, Ohio State became embroiled in a scandal involving football players being given special benefits. Mr. Pryor withdrew from the school in June of 2011, and was subsequently drafted by the Oakland Raiders.

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Terrelle Pryor

Terrelle Pryor

Athlete
Date of Birth
Jun 20, 1989
Profession
Athlete, American football player
Nationality
United States of America
Height
6 ft 5 in (1.98 m)
Weight
230 lbs (104.33 kg)
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