Tyrone Pearson was one of the top players in the state of Kentucky's 2012 class. Now it appears that Pearson will have to carve out another niche in the state of Indiana's 2012 class as he's transferred to Warren Central High in Indianapolis.
"Football wise it's great. New people, new competition and better (competition). It's also a chance for me to prove to the nation that I'm not just a good player from Kentucky, but that I can be one of the best in the nation as long as I stay humble and continue to work hard," said Pearson.
Pearson left Seneca this week and according to Tyrone, it really wasn't up to him.
"Really, it's not my decision," said Pearson. "It was my mom's. She was the chief. I'm the son. So I followed her. But it turns out to be a great decision," Pearson said.
Pearson has family in Indianapolis and he's still getting used to the city. He's spending time getting out and meeting people in his area. He'll have an opportunity to meet several people at his school of choice, Warren Central. He'll also reap the benefits in other ways.
"I picked Warren Central for a lot of reasons. They have great academics. Their academic team can absolutely help me get in line grade wise and take care of things and their football team is just a plus," he said. "They take care of business and really have a chance to do great things in the state and out of state. We have goals and dreams that we want to achieve," he continued.
Scout Kentucky Preps wishes Tyrone Pearson all the best in his endeavors at Warren Central and in the future.