Senior Bryan Schor (Milford, Pa./Delaware Valley) committed Thursday to continue his career in the Mid-American Conference with the RedHawks, the Scranton Times-Tribune reports.
"This means a lot to me," Schor said. "It's exciting for me and my family. I am in a really good spot and I can enjoy the rest of the year. I really liked the school when I got there. When I got on campus, I said that this was a place I could really see myself interacting with the students."
He continued, "They were the first school to offer me and that meant a lot to me. They really expressed a belief in me that I could be a quarterback there. I didn't have to search around. Their belief in me meant so much."
Schor, a 6-foot-2, 205-pound prospect, also received attention from Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Ivy League and Patriot League schools.
He's completed 27 of 45 attempts for 560 yards and six touchdowns through two games this fall. For his career, Schor has passed for 4,493 yards, good for eighth all-time in the Times-Tribune area.
Schor is the 10th Class of 2013 verbal for Miami-OH. Two-star QB-PP Tommy Tupa (Broadview Heights, Ohio/Brecksville-Broadview Heights), son of former NFL quarterback / punter Tom Tupa, picked the RedHawks in May.