After entering the transfer portal this month, former Ohio State running back Evan Pryor revealed his decision to join the Cincinnati Bearcats on Wednesday!
During his career at Ohio State, Pryor racked up 147 rushing yards and one touchdown on 40 carries but a knee injury caused him to miss the 2022 campaign.
Pryor was a 4-star prospect coming out of North Carolina per 247 Sports, and chose Ohio State over Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Oregon and others.
Scott Satterfield's team lost four running backs to the transfer portal including Myles Montgomery so Pryor should receive significant playing time next season.
Cincinnati Football: Bearcats pick up commitment from Ohio State transfer running back Evan Pryor
Coming off a historic campaign that included racking up 1,000 rushing yards, Bearcats star running back Corey Kiner is set to return for his senior season!
Even though it was a disappointing inaugural Big 12 campaign, Kiner was one of the bright spots and that momentum should continue into his senior year.
Kiner surpassed the 100-yard mark for the sixth time this year, putting up a team-high 106 rushing yards on 18 carries in the season finale last month.
The Cincinnati product and former Roger Bacon High School standout is the first Bearcats running back to eclipse 1,000 rushing yards since 2021.