Kendric Pryor eyes big junior season in 2019

After catching 23 passes for 273 yards and two scores, as well as 12 runs for 116 yards and a touchdown, Kendric Pryor is looking for even bigger things in the 2019 season for the Wisconsin Badgers.

Pryor, who started three games as a freshman and six games as a sophomore, has become a master of the jet sweep. Pryor averages over 10 yards per carry and has three touchdowns rushing, two of those coming against Michigan. As a receiver, he's developing a rapport with the new QB-1 in Madison, Jack Coan.

Hear Matt Lepay's conversation with Pryor below.

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