Pryor, a Class of 2017 prospect, was back in Norman for the second consecutive year for OU's three-day on-campus event. Heading into his freshman season, he turned a lot of heads and was a nice story.
This time around, though, things felt different. They felt more real and that feeling was confirmed when OU offered Pryor on Sunday night, following the last session of camp.
Pryor is already 6-foot-2 and had a different mentality than the other defensive backs at the camp. There wasn't a defensive back who was more physical and also had the size of Pryor, who has also already been offered by Iowa.
Those two schools offering Pryor are not that big of a shock. His father played at Iowa in the mid-1980s, the exact same time Bob Stoops was with the Hawkeyes as well.
Pryor is among one of OU's first offers for the Class of 2017, and it's obvious the Sooners wanted to get in there nice and early before his recruitment escalates so much and OU is trying to play from behind.