"I really like the coaches (Deshea Townsend and Tony Hughes)," said Pryor. "I like how he coaches. He really takes things into detail, how it comes down to your breaks and everything like that. I really like that part of the camp."
Pryor, coming into the Mississippi State camp, had close to 30 offers. And it didn't take long for the Mississippi State coaches to extend their own offer to the 4-star DB prospect.
"Right after the one-on-ones he came up to me and said I have an offer," said Pryor. "I was really grateful about it, really excited about it. I can't wait to get back here with my family and take a tour of all of the facilities.
"Every college has something unique to offer so I want to make sure I check out what they have to offer as far as facilities and things such as that. That is why I want to come back here with my family and do the tour."
As for where his college camping tour takes him from here, Pryor is letting his dad take care of that.
"I'm not sure what other college camps that I will attend," he said. "My dad will try to find a camp on the weekend or during the week when we don't have practice. We won't go to any camps that are the same time as when we practice."
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