2007-08: Pryor had 14 points in 53 games with the National Development Program’s U-18 team. At the the U18 Championship in Kazan, he was held pointless in seven games.
2008-09: Split the season between the Des Moines Buccaneers and Waterloo Black Hawks where he posted 7 goals and 17 assists in 43 games.
2009-10: In his freshman season with U of Maine Pryor skated for only six games because of multiple injuries.
2010-11: Pryor's sophomore season at Maine was limited to five games in December. He missed the Black Bears' first 13 games while recovering from hip surgery and later suffered a season-ending injury for the second year in a row. Pyior's only points, two assists, came in a 4-1 win over Massachusetts and he finished +1 in his limited action.
2011-12: Pryor skated in 36 of 40 games for the University of Maine as a junior – playing both forward and defense for the Black Bears. Staying healthy for the first time in his college career, he scored 2 goals with 11 assists and was minus-two with 14 penalty minutes. Maine finished fourth in Hockey East and earned an at-large NCAA tournament bid after reaching the Hockey East championship game against eventual national champion Boston College.
Pryor has begun to tap a bit of offensive potential and utilize his mobility at both ends of the ice. Although he is a junior, this will be by far the closest he has come to playing a full season. He is still in the process of gaining confidence and finding his identity.
Although a defenseman’s development curve is always steep, Pryor’s seems steeper than most. It is simply too early to make a sound evaluation on his future, although it does not scream “NHL!” at this point in time.