"Yes, I committed to NC State. It's a lot closer to home and I feel more comfortable. It's in-state and it's only like 3 ½ hours. If I ever get homesick or whatever, I can make it home. "My family can come to my games. I know that after a game I can see my parents sitting in the stands and know that they're there supporting me. Raleigh has a real close airport to the stadium so my family from Florida can come and watch me."
Brosius added that NC State coach Tom O'Brien was extremely pleased to get the news.
"Coach O'Brien just said, ‘welcome to the family.'. "He was just a great guy, had a big grin on his face. It was just short and sweet and him letting me know welcome to the family. I just felt really comfortable after talking to coach O'Brien."
Brosius is having another stellar season for Tuscola. He's passed for 1,038 yards, 11 touchdowns, and four interceptions this year as the Moutaineers were 2-1-1 through their first four games.
NC State officially offered Brosius a scholarship this week, and he is the first quarterback in the 2010 class that the Wolfpack has offered.
He originally committed to Virginia over offers from Maryland, Pittsburgh, and Central Florida among others.
Pack Pride will have more on Brosius and his commitment in the near future so stay tuned!