Ohio State has had a number of successful QBs in recent history.

However, none of them have had outstanding careers in the NFL as signal callers. There are those special Buckeye athletes however that transition to new positions at the next level.

Terrelle Pryor is one of them. Pryor was the QB for the Buckeyes from 2008-10 dominating opponents with both his arm and his legs.

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Now, with the New York Jets in the NFL, Pryor is doing damage with his hands. In 2016, the 6-foot-4 athlete had his breakout season with the Browns, gaining 1,007 receiving yards and 4 TD.

With the Jets, however, he hadn’t scored.

Until Sunday:

Pryor not only caught his first TD with the Jets, but it was a sweet one-handed grab, too.

Pryor’s one heck of an athlete. But, we already knew that.