Ohio State junior QB Terrelle Pryor announced last week that he intends to return to school for his senior year, and Pryor is making the right decision. He is a tremendous athlete and has made strides during his first two-plus years with the Buckeyes, but Pryor is not close to where he needs to be as a passer to succeed in the NFL.
What areas of his game does Pryor need to clean up before heading to the NFL and which other junior quarterback should make the same decision? Which offensive tackle and running back have lost momentum and need to return to school? And who is the big-name safety who needs to work on his instincts? Kevin Weidl has all the answers for ESPN Insiders.