Terrelle Pryor: Michigan or Ohio State?

Evan CohenCorrespondent IJanuary 19, 2008

Terrelle Pryor is the top recruit in the nation.

He is sought by Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, Oregon, and Florida. 

Terrelle is 6'6'' and weighs 220 lbs.  He has been compared to Tennessee Titans QB Vince Young.

Pryor has an official visit this weekend at Michigan.  Rich Rodriguez will try his hardest to sway his opinion from the hated OSU. 

Terrelle is scheduled to go to the Michigan basketball game tonight vs. Iowa.  Terrelle is also a star basketball player, so Michigan might show him the best of both worlds at the Chrysler Arena, right across the street from "The Big House." 

Terrelle would fit in well with Rich Rodriguez' style of offense.  He would also be playing next to Sam McGuffie, and the relatively unknown, but still-great Junior Hemingway. 

I really don't think Pryor would fit in well at OSU. The Buckeyes run a pound-the-ball offense, which wouldn't fulfill Terrelle's wishes at all.  He wants to go to a school were he can start early, and play in a spread offense.

If he goes to Michigan he can play with his cousin Toney Clemons who is a sophmore wide receiver on the Wolverine football team. 

Personally, I think Terrelle will be in Maize and Blue for the 2008 season. 

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