The recruiting process started early for William Crest, with offers from Maryland, Ohio State, UTEP, Virginia, Virginia Tech and West Virginia. The junior quarterback from Baltimore (Md.) Dunbar is trying to keep the momentum going.
"Things have been in a lull right now," said the 6-foot-2, 195-pound Crest. "During the season, I'm trying to put together some contacts for after the season so I can talk to coaches.
"I want to say Ohio State is standing out to me right now but we haven't been in contact with them for a little while," he said. "I'm in contact with West Virginia a lot and trying to stay in contact with Ohio State."
Marvin Gross, Crest's teammate, committed to the Mountaineers on November 8th. There are a few other schools that Crest has taken a liking to.
"Well I haven't had too much contact with Oregon but I really like them," he said. "I like the style of offense they run. They spread you out and beat you that way. Hopefully I can get some type of look from them.
"I have a couple dream schools. Clemson and Florida, probably because they always put out good players and they're good at developing players," Crest explained. "I know I need to get better and develop. I can see that the quarterbacks there have been working with the coaches and developing and that's what I want to do."
After a nine win regular season, Dunbar plays Forestville in the first round of the playoffs.