Pritchard surprised many with his performance versus Campbell Hall. Known as a role player, he showed that he is able to score when the situation presents itself. He and Roe ran the high low game remarkably well, where the Indiana commit showed off his nice passing skills and ability to hit the midrange jumper. He has worked diligently over the last year to improve upon his athleticism, which he put on show with his five blocked shots and two thunderous slams. The skilled post was able to get many of his points through tough catches in the paint that he finished at the rim with either hand, converting on big plays down the stretch for his St. Edward squad.
Pritchard is not an elite prospect by any means, but is one should be a very nice role player at the high-major level. His 250 pound frame is already equipped to handle the rigors of Big 10 play, where he should see some playing time early on for Indiana. He is a part of an excellent recruiting class for the Hoosiers, which includes elite forward Devin Ebanks and guards Terrell Holloway and Matt Roth.