Crosby Jr. became the first player in the Class of 2014 to receive an offer to play in the Army All-American Bowl.
He accepted on the spot.
“It was at the end of the (combine),” Crosby Jr. said. “They called me up and they were giving out awards. Then they called me back up and told me I had an invitation to play in the 2014 Army All-American Bowl and asked me if I accepted. I just said, ‘Yes.’”
Crosby Jr., who currently has 23 verbal scholarship offers, said the offer was a dream come true.
As a freshman, he had 78 tackles, 6 sacks, and 14 receptions for 348 yards and 4 touchdowns. A Maxpreps.com freshman All-American, might be #1 rated player in SC for class of 2014. He attended Clemson's 2011 spring game in Death Valley. As a sophomore, he is one of the younger players on the field at age 14. He prefers to play tight end in college. He liked the way that Clemson used Dwayne Allen in their 2011 offense.