Michael Crabtree is one of those do-it-all players that plays one position in high school but could easily project at a number of spots on the next level. The three-star athlete from Dallas Carter has been one of the top targets in the Metroplex for many college programs and with a solid senior season it looks like his list it continuing to expand.
"Right now, I'm probably going to for sure take visits to both Kansas and Kansas State," Crabtree, who is 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds, said. "I'm thinking about it, but those are two that I really have gotten a good feeling about the past few weeks. I talk to the receiver coach at KU (Tim Beck) and to coach Bob Elliot at K-State."
Crabtree said in an earlier update that he was thinking about also visiting Michigan State, Illinois and Arizona State, but this time around he wasn't go sure about them. He said maybe that's the case because a new team started calling him for the first time earlier this week.
"Oklahoma called me the other day," Crabtree said. "It was the receiver coach, coach Darrell Wyatt. He wants me to take a visit, and we're trying to get that set up. We have a lot of Saturday games, and when I finally get a Friday one then I'm going to get one set up with them.
"They don't know if they're going to offer me yet, but they told me they like me at receiver. I wouldn't put them in my top five right now, because it's too tough. I don't know who I would put in my top five."