Larry Pryor passed up an opportunity to compete at the Football Recruiting Combine on Sunday, but it looks like he made the right decision.

Pryor skipped Sunday's event to visit TCU, which offered him while he was on campus in Fort Worth, Pryor announced on Twitter.

The 6-foot-1, 185-pound athlete then tweeted Monday that he received an offer from Arkansas. The Horned Frogs and Hogs join Texas as the three schools to have offered the 2015 playmaker.

Pryor told on Friday evening that he was visiting TCU on Sunday with 2014 athlete and teammate Willy Ivery, who holds five FBS offers: Colorado State, New Mexico, North Texas, Texas State, and Toledo.

Pryor had a big sophomore season for Sulphur Springs, which finished 8-3 with a District 14-4A championship and Class 4A Division II Region II first-round playoff appearance. Pryor led Sulphur Springs with 118 tackles, plus one interception, two forced fumbles, and 10 pass breakups.

Pryor joins classmate Zach Spigner (6-0, 180) to give Sulphur Springs a potent safety duo for the next two years. Spigner was second on the team with 89 tackles and also had six pass breakups.