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Three-star running back has Texas in top 10

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The Texas Longhorns are in the running to land 2020 running back Kobe Pryor’s signature, after he announced his top 10 schools on Sunday afternoon. 

Three-star running back Kobe Pryor has announced his top list of schools, and the Texas Longhorns are in the mix. The 2020 recruit will be deciding between an impressive slew of Power Five programs.

Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Georgia Tech, LSU, Michigan, Penn State, South Carolina, Texas and West Virginia, have all made Pryor’s list.

Pryor stands at 6-foot, 200 pounds and hails from Cedartown High School in Cedartown, Georgia. He is currently ranked as the No. 54 running back in the nation and the No. 72 player in the state of Georgia per 247Sports.

Pryor who also plays linebacker for Cedartown, made the all-region team last year.


The Longhorns offered Pryor back in January, though he has yet to visit campus. Texas recently received the commitment from fellow class of 2020 three-star running back Jayden Hullaby, though he is considered to be more of an H-back.

Currently, the Longhorns have five commits for the class of 2020, who are all in-state recruits. If Pryor commits he will be the third player from Georgia to sign with Texas in two years. Last year the Longhorns nabbed Derrian Brown and Kenyatta Watson II.

Last cycle, Texas had the No. 3 recruiting class in the nation behind Alabama and Georgia, and will be looking to maintain its top three position.

As of now, Pryor does not have any Crystal Ball Predictions.



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Dina Colunga is a lifelong fan turned proud graduate of the University of Southern California. She also covers the USC Trojans for SB Nation. NFL-wise, Dina is a New York Jets fan by way of a thicc, trunky, coastal kid. Though raised in Southern California, she has a Texan state of mind. Follow her on Twitter @alwayscompete

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