Pryor visited TCU on Sunday and received his offer from head coach Gary Patterson. It was the third time Pryor has visited TCU's campus, however this time he was able to tour the entire campus instead of just the football facilities.
"It went great, I had a good time and got the offer," Pryor said via text. "It was a good visit overall."
Pryor was excited to receive an offer from the Frogs, who he has admitted was a childhood favorite. He says Patterson had a good message for him on the type of player he thinks the rising prospect could become.
"He was just saying that a guy like me could help on the defensive side," he said. "He said he calls the plays for the defense which I didn't even know he called the plays for the defense."
Pryor told HornedFrogBlitz.com last week that Texas had crept into the lead for his services. While he's unsure if TCU has leaped the Longhorns, he does acknowledge that it's a close race between the two.
"I'm not sure honestly," he said. "It's pretty close now though between those two."