Count of distinct occurrences for multiple team members

Our team has been tasked to rate a list of software change requests with a priority 1-10 in Excel.  There are about 90 requests and we are supposed to use 9 instances of each priority.
The spreadsheet has a column for each team member to enter their priority

To make sure we are all adhering to the limit of 9 we need a formula that for each person lists the each priority and the number of occurrances, this could be on another sheet.  

For example
Gary AntonellisSenior Application ConsultantAsked:
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ShumsDistinguished Expert - 2017Commented:
It would be be possible with Pivot Table, drag Requester in Column Labels & Priority List in Row Labels, and count of each Requester in Values.
Please post sample/dummy workbook.
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Gary AntonellisSenior Application ConsultantAuthor Commented:
Here is sample and the expected resultsRanking.xlsx
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ShumsDistinguished Expert - 2017Commented:
This could be done with simple CountIf function. See attached...
Gary_Ranking.xlsx
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Gary AntonellisSenior Application ConsultantAuthor Commented:
Thank you, that worked perfectly!
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