COLUMBUS - During the spring practice season there is no player that draws more interest and curiosity than Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor. Last year the signal caller was unable to enroll at Ohio State until the summer quarter so the second year player is in his first spring practice and taking the lions share of the snaps with just three quarterbacks in camp.
Last year fans had a chance to see Pryor come in for spot duty during the first couple of games before being named starter for the rest of the way. There will be no drama this year with the former No. 1 rated player locked in as the team's signal caller and offensive leader.
On Thursday evening Pryor talked with the local media on a multitude of topics including how he has progressed as a player, what he is excited for in the 2009 season and other overall musings as the identity of the team changes over from what was a once senior-laden team to more of a younger run and gun type of team.
BuckeyeGrove.com was there to ask questions of Pryor and has all of the highlights in this multiple-part video interview with the Ohio State quarterback.