The Browns' biggest storyline this offseason was acquiring a starting quarterback.

While RGIII's performance has been important so far, he isn't the only quarterback dominating training camp. 

Well, I should say former quarterback. 

​​Transitioning from quarterback to wide receiver is no easy task, but it has been done before. Pryor is a freak athlete, and dazzles with his speed and quickness.

He's worked on his route running during the offseason, and has shown the ability to separate from defenders. 

If he can get open like this, watch out.

​​Pryor will have the entire preseason to continue to impress, but he's already soaring up the depth chart. 

Pryor is ahead of both Andrew Hawkins and Rashard Higgins on the depth chart, with only Corey Coleman in front of him. 

That list will surely change once former Pro Bowler Josh Gordon returns from suspension in Week 5, but the Browns will still benefit from Pryor's big-play ability. 

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