Daily Dawg Thread 08 November 2019: Evan Pryor Names Top-10 Schools

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Daily Dawg Thread 08 November 2019: Evan Pryor Names Top-10 Schools

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William A. Hough High School junior running back Evan Pryor out of Cornelius, NC released his top-10 via Twitter on Wednesday night and UGA was one of the programs that made his top-schools.

In addition to Georgia, Pryor named Alabama, Florida, LSU, North Carolina, Ohio State, Oregon, Penn State, Southern Cal, and Wisconsin among his top-10. Pryor narrowed down his list from over 34 scholarship offers.

The Bulldogs offered the 5-foot-10 and 190 lbs Pryor back on May 9th last year.





Pryor has taken several unofficial visits to UGA over the last year as well, including for the Notre Dame game back on September 21st.

Pryor is listed as a 4-star prospect and the No. 5 running back for 2021 by 247Sports. He is considered the No. 4 overall player from the state of North Carolina and the 82nd overall recruit nationally currently. Rivals also rates Pryor as a 4-star prospect for 2020, the No. 3 running back, the No. 4 player from North Carolina, and the No. 63 recruit overall in the country.

So far, through 8 games in 2019, Pryor has carried the ball 90 times for 693 yards and 6 touchdowns, and he has 18 receptions for 219 yards and 3 additional scores for the Huskies. Since he was a freshman, Pryor has touched the ball 376 times for 2,810 yards and 32 touchdowns in 33 games. He also has 20 kick returns for 453 yards, averaging 22.7 yards per return.





You can watch Evan Pryor’s highlights below:

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