Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor has been declared eligible for the 2011 NFL Supplemental Draft.
The former buckeye QB now has his chance to make in the NFL.
If he is drafted, the NFL has suspended Pryor for the first 5 regular season games, due to his ineligibility at Ohio State.
Earlier this year, Pryor admitted to being part of a group of buckeye players who traded Ohio state memorabilia for cash and discounted tattoos.
Those investigations ultimately lead to the resignation of former Ohio State head coach Jim Tressel. The NFL Supplemental Draft is set to take place on Monday.