"In basketball, I think I know how to get the ball to the open man," Pryor began. "I can shoot the ball too and I try to get my teammates involved. In football, I have the ability to not get tackled and not get sacked. I just try to make plays. I want to play both sports in college. I have over 90 football offers. Most of the schools will let me play basketball too."
Pryor talked about a variety of subjects including when he'll announce his decision, whether he wants to stay close to home, possible visits, and who leads for his services.
"I'll be announcing my decision on football signing day," Pryor explained. "I don't have a leader right now. I'm wide open.'
"It would be nice to stay close to home but it doesn't matter. I'll get on a plane and fly wherever I feel is the best school. I'm not sure about visits but I'm pretty sure I'll be going to Texas and Ohio State."
He talked about why he is interested in Jim Tressel and the Ohio State Buckeyes.
"I just like everything about the Ohio State program," Pryor explained. "I really like the way they play the game. Jim Tressel is a great man and a great coach. He was at my high school this past Friday. I didn't get a chance to talk with him because of NCAA rules but coach Tressel talked with my coach and my coach told me what he was saying. I'm the only quarterback Ohio State is recruiting right now and that's an honor. Texas told me the same thing. The tradition at Ohio State is awesome and they are recruiting really well so far this year."
Pryor was aware of the Buckeye early commits and admitted he's been in contact with more than one of them. It seems Jake Stoneburner, Devier Posey and Mike Adams are trying to convince Pryor to join them at Ohio State.
"Oh yah, I know those guys," Pryor said with a laugh when asked about the above-mentioned trio. "Those guys text message me all the time about coming to Ohio State. Especially Big Mike [Adams]. He hits me up all the time. I really like those guys a lot. They're all really cool guys. I know about their other recruits too. Ohio State has a real nice class going. I'm definitely considering them."
Finally, Pryor was asked what quarterback he admires and who he tries to emulate on the field.
Terrelle Pryor is currently ranked as the fourth best prospect in the entire country. Last season he passed for 1,732 yards and rushed for 1,676 yards. He threw 15 touchdown passes and scored 29 touchdowns, including one as a pass receiver. A commitment from Terrelle Pryor would put a smile on the face of any head coach in America.