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Terrelle Pryor Has His Own Action Figure, Is Clearly Better Than You

3/8/08 in HS Football   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect


There are certain things in life that let you know you've made it. Getting your own action figure is definitely one of them. While normally reserved for pro athletes and celebrities, high school quarterback phenom Terrelle Pryor now has his own action figure.

I'll repeat that. A high school football player has his own action figure.

So in other words, regardless of how cool you thought you were in high school, you weren't this cool. Don't even kid yourself.

Anyway, the figures - of which there are only two currently in existence - aren't being sold. They were created by a man who makes figurines as a hobby and has no life.

The figurines are meticulously detailed, right down to Pryor's wristbands, visor and grass stains.

So I guess here is where I should go off on some rant about how star amateur players are now getting a dangerous amount of attention, but I don't care.

I want my own action figure. Maybe something like an action shot of me blogging on a computer. Man, now that would sell.

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3/8/08   |   Jubanator14   |   367 respect

How about this rumor. If he did that, that would be something else.

3/8/08   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

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He should go to Kansas and keep the same logo.



I realize this is just a run of the mill Corvette, but LeBron James came under fire for having that Hummer in High School.  Based on this car and the $200,000 Cartier watch he's wearing in the other picture - I wonder why nobody's questioning his dealings.

Do you mean the watch in the picture above, of him behind the figurine? And also where'd you get this picture? It's pretty hilarious.

That is a damn good question, by the way. What is he doing with all this stuff? The Q goes on an investigative hunt to bring down Terrelle Pryor.

3/8/08   |   CriticalFanatic

Now there seems to be a lot of talk about Pryor playing hoops. Honestly, I think that's a better option for him unless he really improves his passing.

3/8/08   |   kantwistaye   |   4219 respect

CriticalFanatic wrote:
Anyone else starting to see a Maurice Clarett situation on the horizon?

I hope not.  Its really sad to see how a guy like that can just go in a downward spiral because no one will tell him "no" and when he really needs the help just gets abandoned by everyone who was supposed to be there for him.

3/8/08   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

CriticalFanatic wrote:
Anyone else starting to see a Maurice Clarett situation on the horizon?

Well, if the action figure is any indication, I see him appearing in a movie during his college years, starting his own country as a pro, and ultimately becoming dictator of all mankind. It's pretty much inevitable.

3/8/08   |   TonyBaronie

CriticalFanatic wrote:
Anyone else starting to see a Maurice Clarett situation on the horizon?

I do and that is a reason I do not want him to go to Ohio State.

3/8/08   |   CriticalFanatic

Anyone else starting to see a Maurice Clarett situation on the horizon?