As a 2015 prospect, the 6-foot-2, 190-pounder has proven to be one to watch not only in east Texas, but the entire state and even the nation. Pryror started for Sulphur Springs as a freshman and as a sophomore in 2012 he led the team in tackles finishing with 118 from his free safety position.
"It was an exciting game, I was standing up the whole time and I thought they were going to pull off the win," Pryor said. "It's been my favorite school since the sixth grade and I love the atmosphere, I'm always standing up and jumping around and really into the game."
As a defensive player, Pryor was impressed with a pair of Frog defensive backs.
"The defense played pretty good, no. 17 (Sam Carter) did good and Jason (Verrett) did good too."
Pryor didn't have the opportunity to talk with the coaches at the game but receivers coach Trey Haverty stopped by his school this week.
"I didn't get a chance to talk to him before the game because I got there late," he said. "He hasn't talked to me about an offer or anything yet."
Now that his football season is over Pryor has turned his attention to the hardwood. Reflecting back on his season on the gridiron, he feels his team progressed well and he's satisfied with his own improvement.
"We had a pretty good season, we started off slow but we ended playing more as a team," Pryor said. "I did pretty good this year, I tackled pretty well and I played faster than I did as a freshman. I got to know what I was doing so I learned how to play faster."