Wednesday, March 19, 2008

It's Ohio State!

Months and months of speculation ended Wednesday when Jeannette High's Terrelle Pryor chose Ohio State.

The nation's top recruit, who is the only Pennsylvania high school football player to ever run for 4,000 yards and pass for 4,000 yards, chose the Buckeyes over Michigan. To read more about Pryor's highly anticipated decision, click here.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Seven Starters From Jeannette Football Team Lead Jayhawks to State Basketball Championship

The nation's top high school football recruit Terrelle Pryor has another Pennsylvania state championship gold medal to hang around his next.

Saturday, Pryor and six of his football teammates led Jeannette to a 76-72 overtime victory over Philadelphia Strawberry Mansion and the PIAA Class 2A state basketball championship.

Pryor scored 23 points in the victory for the Jayhawks, who became the first school in the very powerful WPIAL to ever win state football and basketball championships in the same year. Jeannette (25-4) used only seven players in the game, and all seven were starters on the football team.

To read about the game, please click here.

Next up for Pryor...a decision on where to play his college football!

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Still No Decision...But Terrelle Pryor Playing For Another State Championship Today

The Year of Terrelle Pryor continues rolling along at breakneck speed today when the nation's number one recruit plays for his second state championship during the current school year.

Pryor and his Jeannette (24-4) teammates will play Philadelphia Strawberry Mansion (23-5) at Penn State's Bryce Jordan Center for the PIAA Class AA state title. Of course in December, the still undecided football recruit, led his Jayhawks to a state football title.

Maybe his appearance in Happy Valley this weekend, will help Pryor decide where he will play college football. Penn State is considered one of the four finalists for his services...with Ohio State, Michigan and Oregon still in the running.

Pryor delayed his decision beyond the National Letter of Intent signing day and has kept all of the recruiting websites buzzing about his final decision.

April 1st is the cut-off date for his decision.