Players Number: 
High Wycombe, England
Previous School: 
Amersham & Wycombe

2012: In his junior season, Pryor started in every game. As a key defender, Pryor helped keep the goals against to just 11 on the season and helped the Drovers to 11 shutouts. He was named All-Conference First Team at the end of the season.

2011: Pryor played in 16 games and saw three starts as a sophomore. His lone assist came in the game-winning goal against Azusa Pacific in the NAIA National Tournament. The Drovers went on to win 2-1 and advance to the NAIA Quarterfinals for the second year in a row.

2010: Coming in as a freshman, Pryor made 10 appearances, starting in a single game. His only assist came in a late-October win over Wayland Baptist.

2008-09: Pryor played at Amersham & Wycombe College for two years before joining the Drovers. He was named team captain and led his team to win the college’s league and make it to the quarterfinals of the English College’s Cup.

High School: Pryor played five sports in high school. He was team captain of the soccer team for three years and was captain of the school’s athletics team as well.

Major: Physical Education and Business

Interesting Fact: Has a "stupidly long" throw