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George Proctor

Georgia State
Health and Physical Education


Proctor is working toward his degree in health and physical education. He has earned Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List honors twice.

He hopes to become a coach after his playing days are over.


Proctor is a team captain for Georgia State. He always puts the team before himself. Proctor leads by example every day in the classroom, on the field, and within the community.

In times of adversity, Proctor is the first to step up when needed. He takes pride and responsibility in the forward-thinking atmosphere surrounding Georgia State Athletics.

His maturity and experiences lend themselves to his peers and the coaching staff. Proctor acts as a coach among the players, echoing the messages fed by the staff.


Proctor has led community service initiatives with the Birthday Party Project in Atlanta. Georgia State has visited elementary schools, such as Fred Toomer Elementary, in the Kirkwood area.

Georgia State has also coached clinics at ‘Soccer in Streets’ in Atlanta, as well as providing free clinics for youth soccer players during the team’s preseason trip to Jekyll Island.


Proctor earned 2020 Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year, Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Year, and All-Sun Belt first team honors. During the shortened season, he also earned Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Week three times while leading Georgia State to a sixth-straight Sun Belt Conference Tournament Championship Game.

He helped a backline that led the nation in shutouts, team goals against average, and save percentage. Proctor tied for second on the team with three assists, as well as third on the team with two goals and seven points. He scored goals in the final two regular season games, including the game winning goal against Central Arkansas on Nov. 6.

For the Fall 2020 season, Proctor ranked seventh in the nation and second in the Sun Belt with three assists. He ranked 22nd in the NCAA and sixth in the Sun Belt with two goals. Proctor was also ranked No. 18 in the country and sixth in the Sun Belt with seven points.