Today is the first day high school players can sign a binding national letter-of-intent with a college. It was thought Ohio State and Michigan were his leaders, and a number of Pryor's friends and acquaintances told the Post-Gazette that Ohio State was going to be his choice.
But at a news conference today Pryor acknowledged Penn State has risen in his eyes recently. His father also likes Penn State.
• Jeannette's Pryor delays his decision on college choice