Pryce Tracy is in his fourth year in 2016 with the Notre Dame football program and first as an offensive graduate assistant.
Tracy, who served as the Irish special teams analyst in 2015, assisted Notre Dame special teams coordinator Scott Booker with valuable information designed to improve the efficiency and success of Notre Dame's special teams.
Tracy prepared statistical information acquired from the use of analytical platforms for the coaching staff to dissect and improve production.
Tracy was responsible for research projects and reports that assisted the coaching staff with game plan preparation and aided in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes.
Tracy spent two years with the program as a recruiting and personnel assistant. In that role, Tracy worked with recruiting efforts, handled projects assigned by the Irish coaches and assisted in the day-to-day strategies of the program.
Prior to his time at Notre Dame, Tracy spent the 2011 season with the University of Alabama football team. He directly worked under then Crimson Tide director of player personnel Ed Marynowitz, who was formerly the vice president of player personnel for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Tracy served as a recruiting specialist for Alabama head coach Nick Saban. He assisted in player evaluation breakdowns and compiled the recruiting prospect board. Tracy also helped in the daily operations for the 2011 and 2012 Nick Saban Summer Camps. During his time in Tuscaloosa, the Crimson Tide captured the 2011 Bowl Championship Series title and brought in the top-ranked recruiting class in the country, according to Rivals.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com.
Prior to his tenure at Alabama, Tracy spent two seasons (2009- 10) as an assistant coach at Clay High School in South Bend. The Colonials had five players who signed national letters of intent with Football Bowl Subdivision schools during his stay.