Well. They were both the No. 2 overall player in the class, but you are correct if you mean that Terrelle Pryor was the highest-rated quarterback in his class and Justin Fields was the second in his class.
But in terms of composite rating (which is better for comparisons across all classes), Fields was a 0.9998 and Pryor was a 0.9997. It's splitting the smallest of hairs, but technically Fields is higher rated.
That's actually the NBA minimum for a 10+ year veteran. The minimum begins at $1.4 million for one-year players and increases incrementally until the players reach year 10, where it's around $2.5 million. But yeah, your point is still totally valid.
You're more help than me.
I believe it varies game by game and ticket by ticket, so they're not going to be able to just list a price.
It doesn't help that none of the cases are public, either. I get the privacy concerns, but nobody has any idea how these decisions are actually being made (although I'm sure the NCAA wants to keep it that way).
That's kinda my thought as well. When he didn't win that one he realized the NCAA was just going to do whatever it wanted anyway.
Oh, nope. It's supposed to go at 4:59. I must have scheduled it for 5:59 by mistake. Sorry, 5 a.m. readers.
I do not currently. I was in various local bands all throughout high school and very nearly went to school at Belmont in Nashville for audio engineering instead of Ohio State, so music has always been a big part of my life.
Yeah that inlay was my favorite part too.
Yeah it’s definitely a PRS. I’m not a huge Skillet guy, but it looks like he’s played those guitars for many years and almost certainly has an endorsement.
Edit: Also, I just looked at his original Instagram post again and he thanked PRS and two PRS guys. So I guess that answers our questions.
Also, he named the guitar “Brutus” which is awesome.
Per my back alley law degree, I don’t think he would get in any trouble for owning the thing. PRS (the guitar shop) would get in trouble for selling it (assuming they didn’t just gift it to him).