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SoFloBulls.com | Sam Crawford, No. 298 overall in the 2017 Scout 300, told Scout why South Florida, Tulane, Texas State, Navy, Colorado State, and Nevada made his top six.
2017 WR Sam Crawford Top 6 Tweet With almost 20 FBS offers, Sam Crawford is one of the numerous high-caliber pass-catchers in the state of Texas’ loaded 2017 receiving class.
On Monday, Crawford released his top six, which included South Florida, Tulane, Texas State, Navy, Colorado State, and Nevada.2017 WR Sam Crawford (Rockwall) Head Shot (436x405)The 6-foot-1, 190-pound four-star receiver from Rockwall High School near Dallas told Scout why each school made the cut for his top six:

– “USF just because of the area and they were my first FBS offer.”
Tulane because it’s a great school and I really like the coaching staff and I have a chance to play early.”
– “Texas State because it’s close and I really like the head coach (Everett Withers).”
– “Navy just because of the opportunities after football it presents.”
– “Colorado State because I feel like I can really excel there in the offense and I love the coaching staff.”
– “Nevada because (Nevada commits) Isaiah Stewart from DeSoto (High School) and Caleb Thomas from Mansfield (High School) are recruiting me hard to check it out, and they have a top 25 engineering school.” Continue Reading by Clicking Here

by Gabe Brooks | Scout


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