Top Prep Star Finally Decides

Joe Ferguson, Recruiting Analyst
The nation's #1 college football prospect announced on Wednesday March 19th that he will be attending Ohio State in the fall. After mulling over offers from Oregon, Penn State and a late push by Michigan, Pryor finally decided to join the Buckeyes. Coach Tressel immediately welcomed him to the family and was very impressed that Terrell was able to take the time to think his decision through clearly. Pryor proved to a national TV audience why he is considered the nation's #1 recruit. Pryor was a man among boys as he passed, ran and led the east squad to a victory in the US Army All-American game in early January. Pryor, very deservingly, earned the prestigious Pete Dawkins Award given to the game's MVP. As a senior Pryor racked up just under 3,700 yards in total offense as he led his teammates to a PIAA title, and a perfect 16-0 season. During the campaign Pryor rushed for Read More...
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