Terrelle Pryor, the nation’s top high school football recruit, has decided to go with Ohio State.

The 6’5″ All-American quarterback felt that Oregon was too far away and that Penn State was too rural. He liked Michigan, but in the end decided that Ohio State would give him a better opportunity to make it to the NFL.

“It was just the right fit,” Pryor told Rivals.com. “The coaches, the comfort level, the players and the signing class they had. I am very comfortable with all of it, and I became friendly with the other recruits throughout the process.

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Micah Warren is a sports writer from New York and the founder of Blast's sports section and the Off the Record sports blog.

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