If (and it's still a big if) Terrelle Pryor fails miserably as a QB at OSU, does Michigan become THE school for 5-star mobile QBs?
As an initial matter, with two competent QBs already playing and Gardner in the pipeline, a 5-star QB is unlikely to commit to Michigan in the next two years. Michigan is not USC, after all.
That point aside, Terrelle Pryor, barring injury, will be gone in two years, at which time we can take stock of his college career. Assuming TP doesn't come close to his hyped potential and sucks a big one at QB, does Michigan benefit on the QB recruiting front?