Louisville S Calvin Pryor tells Bart Hubbach of the New York Post that he had an extensive meeting with the Jets and they appear to be really interested in him.
“They really seemed interested,” said Pryor.
The Jets appears to be holding extensive interviews with several draft prospects as others like USC WR Marquise Lee also mentioned that he got the feeling that the Jets...
Calvin Pryor S Louisville #25
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Comments: Calvin Pryor is an intriguingly well-rounded prospect. He’s a natural free safety who can play the centerfield position and cover the deep portion of the field, but...
Among the top defensive safeties to be picked during the 2014 National Football League draft is likely to be Calvin Pryor, a compact 6-foot-2, 208-pound junior from the University of Louisville.
Hopefully by Chicago who will have the 14th pick in the first round. The Bears need a tough guy to get back to their dominating defensive ways.
Nolan Nawrocki of NFL.com wrote that Pryor...
INDIANAPOLIS -- It was hardly a secret to the top safety prospects in the upcoming NFL Draft. They knew that the Green Bay Packers are in need at that position.
The Packers were named second when Louisville's Calvin Pryor listed the teams that he believes could draft a safety in the first round. Green Bay wasn't alone, with Pryor also including the St. Louis Rams, Chicago...
Calvin Pryor, S Louisville (JR) #25
Height: 6’ 2”
Weight: 208 lbs
2013: 71 total tackles – 0 sacks – 3 interceptions – 4 passes defended
2012: 90 total tackles – 1 sack – 2 interceptions – 5 passes defended
2011: 43 total tackles – 1 sack – 2 interceptions – 4 passes defended
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Louisville vs. Kentucky (2013)
Pete Cautilli – The Cardinal Connect
Louisville junior safety Calvin Pryor announced on Sunday even that he will declare for the 2014 NFL Draft.
Pryor, a 6-foot-2, 208-pound, Fort. St. Joe, FL., native announced the news via his Instagram account.
“After talking with my coaches and family, I’ve decided to declare for the NFL Draft. It’s the best decision for me and my family...
University of Louisville football players Calvin Pryor and Marcus Smith have both been honored by Athlon’s Sports on the magazines All-American teams. Pryor was named second-team by the magazine, while Smith was tabbed a third-team selection.
For the second time this season, University of Louisville junior safety Calvin Pryor named the American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week.Pryor was credited with a career-high 14 tackles and an interception in Louisville’s dominating 24-10 win over Rutgers last Thursday night at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.
The Port St. Joe, Fla., native was all over the field...
Louisville junior safety Calvin Pryor has been named American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Week. Pryor finished with eight tackles, a forced fumble and an interception on Saturday as Louisville defeated Eastern Kentucky 44-7.
AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Calvin Pryor • Jr. • S • Louisville • Port St. Joe, Fla. Pryor led a Louisville...
College football writer Phil Steele has named Louisville sophomore safety Calvin Pryor as a fourth team mid-season All American. Pryor was the only Louisville player to be named to any of Steele’s All American teams.
In five games this season Pryor is Louisville’s leading tackler with 38. He also has an interception and an impressive four forced fumbles.
Pryor earned a starting...