Last week, agent Drew Rosenhaus added to his ever-growing stable of receivers by signing Browns rookie Greg Little.
Rosenhaus now has added a player who potentially will become the next receiver Rosenhaus represents.
According to the Associated Press, former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has chosen Rosenhaus as his agent.
Some league insiders believe that Pryor will play receiver at the next level, and that his size (six feet, five inches) and potential will get him picked in the fourth-to-sixth-round range in the supplemental draft this year. If there’s a supplemental draft this year.
Look for Rosenhaus, a relentless marketer and promoter of his clients, to immediately begin touting Terrelle’s potential value as a quarterback, with repeated public comparisons of Pryor to Cam Newton, the first overall pick in the 2011 draft.
If Rosenhaus can get Pryor picked higher than round four by a team that will let him play quarterback, we envision some more video of the agent leaping into his very tall client’s arms.