In honor of the IFL's 10th Anniversary season, the IFL is counting down the top ten IFL players of all-time. Coming in at #7 is the IFL's all-time leading wide receiver Bryan Pray.
After joining the West Michigan Thunderhawks as rookie in 2010, Bryan Pray immediately made his name known throughout IFL circles as he scored 15 touchdowns in just seven games. Pray later went on to play for the La Crosse Spartans, Green Bay Blizzard, Cedar Rapids Titans, Iowa Barnstormers, and Spokane Empire. Pray was a key part in the Cedar Rapids offense that advanced to three consecutive United Conference championships between 2013-15. Last season, Pray scored 17 receiving touchdowns for the Spokane Empire, leading the team. Over his career, Pray was named to the three Second Team All-IFL Lists (2013, 2015, and 2016)
Over his eight year IFL career, Pray ranks first all-time in receiving yards (5,613), second in receiving touchdowns (118) and second in receptions (407). A versatile threat, Pray also ranks first all-time in all-purpose yards (6,751) and third in scoring (730 points).
The countdown will culminate with the announcement of the top IFL player of all-time on February 23, the start of the 2018 IFL season.