There are no technical issues with this.
It isn't going to make any difference to SQL Server.
From a usability point of view identifier names that begin with a number must always be quoted so
would not be valid and you must always use
Also when viewing the stored procedures alphabetically sorted - e.g. in Object explorer this prefix may well not be helpful in trying to find a stored procedure and as they are ordered lexicographically it may be somewhat inconvenient that
I am not going to explain why we are doing this
Well perhaps you have good reasons. As you aren't going to share them it isn't possible for us to comment on them.