That is awesome that you want to be a pastor! I think that a good place to start is just looking into different schools; consider the denomination, principles, and overall teaching of different universities to pick one that you think would fit you best. For instance, I am a student at Cedarville University in Ohio, a baptist school that I think has a fantastic Bible program, but is also not too heavily baptist to the point where I (non-denominational) can't learn. There is also Ohio Christian University and plenty of other schools in different states that you can investigate. It may also be beneficial for you to attend a school that you can go directly from your undergrad to your master's studies if that is the route you are looking to take. As an example, as a student at Cedarville, every student earns a minor in Biblical studies. So I am majoring in English and minoring in both Bible and Worship, and if I would like to become a pastor, I would move on to a graduate program. So there are tons of options, it all just depends on what God is calling you to and what you are looking for. I hope that helps, and good luck!
The state that you are in, is a pretty good one. But if you’re going to be a pastor, you still want to make money like any other career. So my suggestion to you, is pick one in the Bible Belt. Google what states are in the Bible Belt and you should get a map. Be sure to click on Google images as well. Any one of those states, is a good one.