Pittsburgh (Pa.) Woodland Hills linebacker Ejuan Price is still torn between two Big Ten schools and the 6-foot, 235-pound prospect doesn't seem to be leaning towards one or the other.
That's at least the public position Price is taking with regard to his recruitment.
Iowa and Ohio State are the two schools that are still in the hunt, though Price is leaving the door open to any schools that might come along later.
"I haven't eliminated the other schools but those are the two I'm pretty much looking at," Price said.
The last recruiting trip Price took was an unofficial visit to Iowa a couple of weeks ago. It was his first time checking out the Iowa campus and football program in person and it seemed to confirm his opinion that the Hawkeyes were one of his best options.
"It was good," he recalled. "Everything went well. I talked to the coaches and I enjoyed all of it."
Price contrasted Iowa and Ohio State a little bit but wasn't able to put one school ahead of the other at this time.
"They're both solid schools and they're both ranked at the top but they're kind of different," he explained. "Iowa is more of a blue collar team that works really hard. They've both got good weight lifting programs and things like that."
Price said he was hoping to make his decision before the season starts.
"That's not etched in stone or anything but I would still like to," he concluded.
He said he does not plan on taking any official visits, as he does not want to leave his teammates during the season.