I don't see why a team wouldn't use at least a 4th rounder on Pryor.
I'm anything but a Pryor fan, but he was a very good player in college, and it's not like he's surrounded by weapons at Ohio State. He improved drastically over his college career, and they placed more and more responsibility in his hands. He had 27 TDs on 323 attempts and only 22-23% of his completions were to his running backs last year. Given his physical attributes, I don't see how he would have been worse than a 3rd round pick had he been able to return to school. If he took another step forward, he could have played his way into the 1st round. I've watched enough of him to know that arm strength isn't an issue. His character flags are accepting gifts and driving with a suspended license. It's something, but as far as red flags go, they're relatively minor.
If Cam Newton is a #1 overall pick, Jake Locker is a top 10 pick, and Tim Tebow and Christian Ponder are 1st round picks; you're going to tell me that Pryor isn't worth a 4th rounder to someone? A team is going to find a better player in the 4th round next year? Really?