Former Ohio State quarterback Terrelle Pryor will continue his post-OSU football career with the help of agent Drew Rosenhaus.
Larry James, Pryor’s attorney, confirmed to The Lantern today that the quarterback will be represented by Rosenhaus’ firm, Rosenhaus Sports Representation.
Pryor, who would have been suspended for the first five games of the upcoming football season, announced Tuesday that he would not return to OSU for his senior year. James said it has “been clear” that Pryor is planning to enter a NFL supplemental draft and has enlisted the help of Rosenhaus’ firm to prepare.
“(Rosenhaus) is a guy that’s excellent in the business and has all the resources to assist Terrelle in becoming the best quarterback he can,” James said.
According to its website, Rosenhaus Sports Representation specializes in draft preparation, career management and media relations services. Among other clients, Rosenhaus represents Terrell Owens, Chad Ochocinco and Plaxico Burress, who was released from prison last week.
Rosenhaus did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
A Twitter account for Rosenhaus’ firm, @RosenhausSports, tweeted that there will be a press conference with Pryor on Tuesday at 2 p.m. from Miami.