Only 12% of readers thought Pryor was worth a high or mid-round draft choice. Obviously Pryor's agent thinks he worth a No. 1 (that's his job after all), but it looks like an impartial evaluator would say he's worth a mid-round pick. From SB Nation:
Mayock says the Pryor talk starts with the fourth round and could move up to the third round if some team likes him.
It's still possible the scouts in the Packer front office like him as a draft prospect, but it's pretty clear he'd be an unpopular choice among their fans.