June 9, 2007
Pryor talks about narrowing his list
Dual-threat quarterback/athlete Terrelle Pryor, the nation's top-ranked overall prospect, has trimmed his list to one less than a dozen schools. In a recent interview with Rivals.com, Pryor talked about the recruiting process and gave some hints as to what he is looking for in a football program.
"I'm down to Ohio State, Notre Dame, Michigan, Alabama, Texas, Florida, West Virginia, Penn State, Tennessee, Georgia Tech and Michigan Sate," he said. "Those are the schools that I will focus on the rest of the year."
A final decision is not on the horizon, however.
"I'm not in a rush to make a commitment but I feel relieved that I've narrowed it down to a number that I can now focus on," Pryor said. "My coach and athletic director told me this would make my life easier because I was being bombarded with calls, texts and everything else. I had 75 offers. I feel that I have been blessed and am thankful for all of them. But now I'm going to start weeding through the 11 schools to see what fits me the best."
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