2020 Cedartown (Ga.) running back Kobe Pryor’s stock has started to soar.
On Wednesday, the Texas Longhorns jumped into the mix with an offer, marking what has become a multiple-offer day for the fast-rising Georgia native.
Within the past 24 hours, alone, Pryor has announced offers from Duke, East Carolina, Louisville, Texas, and most recently, South Carolina.
West Virginia is in the mix, as well.
The Longhorns have been aggressive in recruiting the running back position for the 2020 cycle, and Pryor’s offer is just the latest example of those efforts. The 6’0, 200-pound prospect is now the 12th running back to earn an offer from the Longhorns, which includes West Mesquite all-purpose back Ty Jordan. Furthermore, after Texas signed two 2019 talents from Georgia in four-star Buford running back Derrian Brown and four-star Loganville Grayson cornerback Kenyatta Watson II, Pryor is now the sixth 2020 prospect from the Peach State to tally a Texas offer.
A three-star talent Pryor is ranked as the nation’s No. 653 player, No. 54 running back, and as the No. 71 player in Georgia, per the 247Sports Composite.