Myron Pryor awaiting scholarship offer from Cards

As previously reported by, Louisville Eastern's Myron Pryor is awaiting both his test score and an offer from Louisville.

With each passing year since spring football practice was enacted for Kentucky High School football the number of top Division I prospects seems to has risen.

In recent years there have been highly-touted prospects such as Chris Redman, Bobby and Travis Leffew, Eric Shelton and Michael Bush that have all been sought after by programs throughout the country, but went on to commit to the University of Louisville.

This years senior crop isn't any different and the City of Louisville is producing its share of top talent. Amoung the city's top prospects are Trinity's Brian Brohm, Fern Creek's Mario Urrutia and Eastern's Myron Pryor.

While Brohm's and Urrutia's decisions are most likely months off, Pryor's commitment could very well come sooner than later and as ITV reported on September 15th and more recently this past Friday, he will most likely make his pledge to the Cardinals.

"They told me that as soon as I get my ACT score that they would," Pryor said of his anticipation of receiving an offer from Louisville. Pryor also recently informed ITV that he is currently awaiting his ACT score.

Myron Pryor (ITV)
Pryor, who made an unofficial visit to Louisville for the Army game this past weekend, continued to say that the proximately of the Louisville program will play a role in his decision.

"My whole family are Louisville fans," said Pryor, who also said that he grew a fan of the Cardinals. "I would like to stay close to home."

A 2nd Team All-State selection as a junior, Pryor is finding that a number of programs are interested in his services. Both Indiana and Kentucky have extended scholarships to this point, while others expressing interest in him include Cincinnati and Michigan State.

"My favorites right now are Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, Cincinnati and Michigan State," said Pryor.

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