After rushing for 2,281 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior in high school, Pryor signed with FSU as a highly regarded running back prospect. Rather than take over as the team's next great ballcarrier, however, he was asked to bulk up and become a human pile-driver.
He did so, though the Seminoles also featured him as a runner, as his 23 career rushing touchdowns indicate. It could be in a hybrid role where he proves most effective in the NFL - just as the case was with Bennett.
Weaknesses: A bit of a 'tweener. Built more like a running back than a fullback, possessing narrow shoulders. Wasn't nearly as quick during his junior season when asked to bulk up. Pushes rather than explodes into defenders to block.
Compares To: Edgar Bennett, RB/FB, Green Bay Packers