Hopefully people realize we got a good one. Pryor goes into specific detail about his improvement through hard work, belief in himself and desire. He also gives people that have worked with him a ton of credit.
The scary part is not only is there much room for improvement (command of the huddle, has not even started calling audibles, coaches still figuring out this best plays), it's that he knows it and embraces it. When you add these qualities to other desirable qualities like feel for the position, great athleticism/escapability, size/strength/agility/breakaway speed, the ability to accurately throw deep (you will see more of this in time as I saw in college throwing to guys like Brian Hartline), age (25), no history of injury and physical and mental toughness, we should be able to address some needs other than QB with our first full draft ahead and by far the most FA money we've had to spend.